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WILLIAM STICKLES • EDITOR 



L. B. RIDDLE, JR. • BUSINESS MANAGER 



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HOWARD, ALMA MATER TRUE 






AIN BUILDING— center of all activities ai Howard. Here 



you wait for your friends, pay your bills, get your exam permits, and attend classes 



occasionally, and at last after four short years slip the treasurer a ten spot for your 



sheep skin. 



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DESERVING EVERY HONOR DUE TO AN UNSULLIED FAME 



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this, the twenty-sixth volume of the "Entre Nous," we 



have strayed a little from the stereotyped issues of the past and have 



tried to present an informal book that is not bound by tradition, but one 



that presents life as it is at Howard. There will be those that are not 



pleased, but to have tried to please all would have been in vain. We do 



not apologize because we have done our best as our tastes and con- 



sciences dictated. If this, the 1940 "Entre Nous," meets with your 



approval and in later years when memories have faded and time has 



passed it recalls the pleasant days spent at Howard, then we will consider 



our work well done. 



LL LOVE THEE THROUGH EACH FLEETING BREATH 




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COLLEGE 



FEATURES 



ACTIVITIES 



ATHLETICS 



ORGANIZATIONS 



FRATERNITIES 



FOR ALL THAT THOU HAST DONE 




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UR popular young Spanish professor, who has in a few 



short years endeared himself both as a student and a teacher to all of 



Howard. When his work in the classroom is over for the day his work for 



Howard has hardly begun, because he is responsible for the publicity 



about Howard that you read in the evening paper. For the past two 



years he has been Director of Public Relations at Howard and he can 



point with pride to the results that he has accomplished in this capacity. 



He is a familiar figure at many gatherings of important people of the 



city, always getting in a good word for Howard. In view of these facts 



we take great pleasure in dedicating the 1940 "Entre Nous" to a real 



guy, John Rogers. 



AND IN THE AGONIES OF DEATH 




JOHN ROGERS 



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RULY successful in his premiere year as our 
chief executive as Howard College President, 
Major Harwell G. Davis has guided the destinies of our 
Alma Mater so as to gain profound respect in statewide 
civic centers, as well as in the academic field of thought. 
Most noticeable among the sundry improvements was 
the strengthening of the personnel of the faculty. Phys- 
ical improvements were provised which gave the college 
the most attractive campus in Birmingham, and one of 
the loveliest in Alabama. Affable and always approach- 
able, the major's sense of humor and sincere understand- 
ing made him peculiarly fitted for the responsible posi- 
tion that he holds. Good work, Major Davis, we're all 
behind you. 



HARWELL G. DAVIS 



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DR. P. P. BURNS 



Dean of the College, Head of the English Department 
A.B.. Howard; M.A., Harvard; Litt.D. Mercer 




MRS. I. R. OBENCHAIN 

Dean of Women, Acting Assistant Professor of Sociology 
A.B., Birmingham-Southern; M.A., Peabody 



THE FACULTY 



For four formative years we have placed our intellectual life in your hands for guidance, and you 
have helped us gain ability to cope with the outside world and given us an understanding that will 

enable us to enjoy that world. 



HUL-CEE M. ACTON, M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Romance Languages 

WILLIAM H. BANCROFT, A.B. 
Athletic Director and Head Football Coach 

A. RICHARD BLISS, JR. 

M.A., Ph.D., M.D., LL.D., F.A.I.C. 
Professor of Pharmacology 

JAMES L. BRAKEFIELD, M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology 

OSCAR S. CAUSEY, M.A. 

Professor of School Administration and Director 
of Summer School and Extension 



JAMES H. CHAPMAN, M.A., Th.M. 
Professor of Religious Education 

INGOMAR M. HOSTETTER, Ph.D. 

Professor of Mathematics 

GEORGE V. IRONS, M.A., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of History 

LOUIS W. LOHR, M.B.A. 

Professor of Economics 



JOHN XAN, M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry 



Acton, Bancroft, Bliss, Brakefield, Causey. 
Chapman, Hoste'ter, Irons. Lohr. Xj- . 



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Abercrombie, Bales, Berry, Boyett, Cooper. 
Downum, Edwards, Griffin, Guenther, Hambrick. 



WARREN F. ABERCROMBIE, M.S., Ph.D. 


GARLAND DOWNUM, M.A., Ph 


Assistant Professor of Biology 


Instructor in History 


PAUL D. BALES, M.A. 


PHILLIP K. EDWARDS, Ph.D. 


Associate Professor of Physics 


Instructor in German and Latin 


L. F. BERRY 


MRS. STELL GRIFFIN 


Assistant Treasurer 


Secretary to Registrar 


ANNIE L. BOYETT, M.A. 


LOUIS C. GUENTHER, M.A. 


Assistant Professor of English 


Registrar 


NORMAN COOPER, A.B. 


MRS. J. D. HAMBRICK 


Freshman Athletics 


Matron, Smith Hall 



THE FACULTY 



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Hess, Holliday, Under, Lovegren, Martinson. 
Meyer, Owen, Rogers, Sarosi. 



GEORGE W. HESS, M.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics 



ROLAND MEYER, A.B., M.A. 
Instructor in Speech 



MRS. B. C. HOLLIDAY, A.C.A. 

Instructor in Secretarial Studies 



HUGH C. LINDER, B.S., M.D. 

Lecturer in Pharmacology 



L A. LOVEGREN, B.S., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Education 



ROBERT OWENS, M.A., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages 



JOHN D. ROGERS, A.B. 

Director of Public Relations and Instructor in 
Spanish 



MRS. KATHERINE MARTINSON 

Director of the Glee Clubs 



OLIVER SAROSI, B.C.S., D.P.E. 
Assistant Professor of Economics 



THE FACULTY 



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THE FACULTY 



MRS. ELIZABETH SEAY, B.S. 

Instructor in Dietetics 



MABEL WILLOUGHBY, A.B. 

Librarian 



ANTOINETTE SPARKS, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of English 



JAMES STUART, A.B. 

Assistant Coach 



WALLACE M. TRUE, M.A., Ph.D. 



GRACE WILSON, B.S. 

Director of Physical Education for Women 



ROBERT WILSON, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of English 



Instructor in Histor 



ROBERT WILCOX, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



E. H. WRENN, JR. 

Business Manager 



Seay, Sparks, Stuart, True, Wilcox. 
Willoughby, G. Wilson, R. Wilson, Wrenn. 




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Personalities — Miss Vaughn . . . Miss Cobb . . . 
Miss Arnold at home ... The Great Cowgill 
. . . Ruth and Posey . . . "Merita" Bagley . . . 
Jeanne and some Sigma Nu's . . . The pride of 
Owens X Roads . . . Miss Headley : . . Daniel 
Boone Evans . . . Mary, Lorene, and Sarah . . . 
Gene poses . . . Barney and Gladys last summer 



... El Profesor . . . Betty . . . Trigger" and 
"Oscar" . . . Ada . . . Robbie, Billy, Penny, 
and Bob . . . Jappie and Gladys . . . Coach 
Jim . . . Spring on the campus . . . Cecil at 
home . . . Cooks . . . Bill and his assistants . . . 
William Tell Root . . . Abe Lincoln . . . Charline 
. . . A. D. Pi's. 



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CLASS 



OFFICERS 

D. C. STRINGFELLOW President 

CECIL KING Vice-President 

ELIZABETH DAVIS Secretary 

ROSCOE GRIFFIN Treasurer 




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LILLIAN ALBRIGHT 

Haleyvihe 

English 

Athens College, I; Dietetics Club, 2; 

Y. W. A.; Dormitory Council, 3; B. S. U. 

Council, 4. 



GLADYS ALLEN 

Birmingham 

A z 

Y. W. C. A., I, 2, 3, 4; Beauty Section, 
3; President of Delta Zeta, 3. 



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LYNETTE BORLAND 

Trussville 
A 7. 

Beta Pi Theta, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Day, 
2, 3; Honor Day, 2; Masquers, 2, 3, 4; 
Y. W. C. A., I, 2. 3, 4; Sigma Nu 
Parade Sponsor, 3; President of Delta 
Zeta, 4; Beauty Parade, 4; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges 
and Universities. 



GROVER BRANNEN 

Statesboro, Ga. 

Pharmacy 
Auburn, I, 2. 



LEONARD BURTON 

Birmingham 
11 K A 

Economics 

H Club, 2. 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball, I, 2, 3; Economic; Club. 



FRANK BUTENSCHON 

Oxford 

Pharmacy 

Treasurer of Kappa Psi, 4. 



PAUL ANDERSON 

Dothan 

Economics 

Entre Nous Staff, 3. 



J. L BROCK 

Enterprise 

Social Science 

Football, 2, 3, 4; Student Senate, 3, 4; 
Vice-President of H Club, 4; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universi- 
ties and Colleges. 



BRUNICE CAIN 

Bi rm ngham 

Education 

Secretary, W. A. A., 3; President, W. 
A. A., 4; Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers. 



MERTON BARRIS 

Ithaca, N Y. 

English 

Cornell, I, 2, 3. 



RALPH BRUNSON 

Elba 

Social Science 

Glee Club. I. 2; Y. M. C. A.. 3, 4; 
Ushers Club; Pi Gamma Mu; Interna- 
tional Relations Club. 



BERTIS CAMPBELL 

Birmingham 
Ministerial Association. 



ERVIN LEE BEASLEY 

Somerdale 

History 

University of Alabama, I, 2, 3. 



HOWARD BURKS 

Birmingham 

Economics 

H Club, 3, 4; Basketball, I. 2, 3, 4. 



CARROLL CARTER 

Mobile 

English 

President of Ministerial Association; 
Glee Club; B. S. U. Council. 



WILLIAM BELL 

Townley 

Pharmacy 

Kappa Psi; H Club. 



GUSSIE BURTON 

Birm" 

* M 

English 

Student Senate 3; Secretary of Student 
Body, 3; President of Glee Club. I; 
Vice-President of Alpha Delta Theta, 2; 
Y. W. C. A.. I, 2. 3. 4; Scholarship 
Cup. I; Booklovers, I. 2; May Day 
Honor Court, 3; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and Uni 



HARLOW CATHER 

Birmingham 

History 

H Club; Baseball, 1,2, 3. 4: Basketball, 
I, 3 4 



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THOMAS CHANDLER 

Plantersville 

Religious Education 

Ministerial Association; Physical Educa- 
tion Instructor. 



LOUIS CLAXTON 

Anniston 

History 

Asbury College, I, 2; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation; Masquers. 



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PAT COURINGTON 

Saragossa 

History 

Football, I, 2, 3, 4; H Club. 



MARION COWDEN 

Tarrant City 

BIO 

Education 

Art Club; Y. W. C. A.; Boolclovers. 



JAMES E. DAVIDSON 

Luverne 
Ministerial Association. 



ROBERT DAVIE 

Birmingham 

1 N 
Economics 

President of Economics Club; Trident; 
Student Auditor; Pi Gamma Mu; Parade 
Committee, 3; Crimson Staff, 3; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. 



NASH COLLIER 

Birmingham 

Trident; President of Chi Alpha Sigma, 
3; A. D. Smith Math Medal, I; Schol- 
arship Day, I, 2, 3, 4; Freshman and 
Sophomore Marshal; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and 
Colleges. 



CHARLIE DAVIS 



RUTH COLLINS 

Leeds 

Biology 

Booklovers; Y. W. C. A.; Alpha Epsilon 
Delta. 



ANN CLAIRE COOPER 

Birmingham 

English 
Masquers; B. S. U. Council; Y. W. 
C. A.; Booklovers; Glee Club; Scholar- 
ship Day; Blue Mountain College, 3. 



GEORGE COWGILL 

Birmingham 

II K A 
Pharmacy 

Kappa Psi; President of Pi Kappa Alpha, 

2; Treasurer of Pi Kappa Alpha, 3; 

President of Panhellenic, 3; Assistant 

Parade Manager, 4. 



ROWENA CRAIG 

Athens, Tenn. 

Pharmacy 

Tennessee Wesleyan, I, 2; Sigma lota 
Chi; Y. W. C. A.; Beauty Parade, 3, 4. 



MARVIN CRAWFORD 

Alexander City 

Education 

Football, 2, 3, 4; H Club. 



Footbal 



Birmingham 

History 
I, 2, 3, 4; H Club. 



ELIZABETH DAVIS 

Albertville 
A A II 
English 

Vice-President of Alpha Delta Pi, 3, 4; 
Secretary, Dormitory Council, 2, 3; Sec- 
retary of Senior Class; Seline Club; 
Y. W. C. A.; Masquers. 



MILDRED DOWNS 

Birmingham 

a z 

French 

Vice-President, Delta Zeta, 4; Secretary, 
Delta Zeta, 3; Glee Club, 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Chi Delta Phi, 3, 4; Beta Phi Theta, 3, 4: 
Vice-President, Y. W. C. A., 4; Beauty 
Parade, 2, 3, 4; Booklovers. 



BERNARD COUCH 

Tuscumbia 

A X A 
Economics 



GEORGE DAUGHERTY 

Cleveland, Ohio 

History 

Football, 2, 3, 4; H Club; All American 
Card of Merit, All Dixie, 3, 4; Masquers. 



KILBURN ELROD 

Clarence 

History 

Football, I, 2, 3. 4; H Club. 



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HARRIET ESCO 

Clanton 

Journalism 

Dormitory Council, 2, 3, 4; Bull Pup 
Staff, I; Crimson Staff, 2, 3; Editor of 
Crimson, 4; Associate Editor of Entre 
Nous, 4; Y. W. C. A., 2, 3; Parade 
Committee, 4; Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Universities and 
Colleges. 



MAXIE FLOYD 

Birmingham 
BIO 

History 
Booklovers; Y. W. C. A., 4; Beauty Sec- 
tion, 2; Beauty Parade, 4. 



CLETUS FORD 

Tarrant City 

Economics 

Economics Club 



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GEORGE GROFF 

Crichton 
II K A 

Pharmacy 

Kappa Psi; Vice-President, Pi Kappa 

Alpha, 3; Vice-President, Kappa Psi, 3; 

Treasurer, Pi Kappa Alpha, 4. 



LYDIA HAISTEN 

Birmingham 

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English 

Masquers; President, Delta Kappa, 3: 
Secretary and Treasurer, Delta Kappa, 
4; Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers; Secretary 
and Treasurer, Beta Pi Theta, 4; Student 
Senate, 3; Beauty Parade, 2, 3, 4: Phi 
tvl u Historian. 



ARTHUR HAYES 

Greenville 

History 

Football, I, 2; Ministerial Association. 



MARION HEADLEY 

Sylacauga 

A Z 

French 

Beta Pi Theta; French Award, 3; Y. W. 
C. A.; Booklovers; Beauty Parade, 4. 



RUIE HENDON 

Decatur 

Social Science 

Glee Club; Ministerial Association. 



JUDSON GLADNEY 

Hanceville 
A A T 

Band, I, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Psi; Ministerial 

Association; President, Alpha Lambda 

Tau, 3, 4. 



VIRGINIA HALBROOKS 

Birmingham 

History 

3ooklovers; Y. W. C. A.; International 

Relations Club. 



LEWIS HILSON 

Dothan 

II K <l> 

Pharmacy 



PAUL GRAY 

Fort Payne 

Economics 

Ushers Club. 



R. F. HALLFORD 

Hueytown 

English 

Ministerial Association. 



ELIZABETH HOLCOMB 

Birmingham 

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Sociology 

President, Phi Mu. 3; Booklovers; Y. W. 
C. A.; Treasurer, Phi Mu, 4; Beauty 
Parade, I, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Dream Girl, 3: President, Panhellenic. 4. 



ROSCOE GRIFFIN 

Whistler 

Religious Education 

Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President, 

Freshman Class; Treasurer, Senior Class; 

President, Trident; Y. M. C. A.; B. S. U. 

Council; Ministerial Association. 



WILLIAM WYATT HAMMOND 
Reform 

Education 

Football, I, 2, 3. 4; H Club. 



OTIS HARDY 

Alexander City 

Economics 

Football, I, 2, 3, 4; H Club. 



BEVERLEY HOLLIS 

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Pharmacy 

Auburn, I, 2. 



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BOBBIE HOPPER 

Birmingham 

Dietetics 

Dietetics Club. 



NORMAN HORTON 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Chemistry 

Abliane Christian College, I, 2; Chi 
Alpha Sigma. 



WILLARD HUCKABY 

La Fayette 

History 

H Club; Football, 2, 3, 4; Captain. 
Football Team, 4; All-Dixie, 4; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. 



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WILLIE MAE KENDRICK 

Bessemer 

English 

Booklovers; Y. W. C. A. 



CECIL KING 

Birmingham 

I N 
Economics 

Trident; Economics Club, 3, 4; Mas- 
quers; Ushers Club; Parade Chairman, 
3; President, Sigma Nu, 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Senior Class; Crimson Staff, 3, 4; 
Gail Patrick Cup; Baseball, 2, 3, 4; 
Who's Who Among Students in Amer- 
ican Universities and Colleges. 



EVA JAMES LOVELACE 

Birmingnam 
Education 



EARL MACKEY 

Birmingham 

II K A 

Graduate Student in Education. 



MARY MALONE 

Birmingham 

A Z 

English 

W. A. A.; Booklovers; Y. W. C. A. 



Band, I, 
Club; B. 



THOMAS HUNTER 

Whistler 

English 

2, 3, 4; Y. M. C. A.; Glee 
S. U. Council; Treasurer, Min- 
terial Associaion, I, 3. 



EDWIN P. JANICKI 

Cleveland, Ohio 

A X A 

Pre-Law 

Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4; H Club. 



JACK KELSER 

Birmingham 

z n 

Economics 

Masquers; Entre Nous Staff, 3, 4; Busi- 
ness Manager, Crimson, 3, 4; Parade 
Committee, 3. 



FRANK LANDERS 

Piedmont 
Pharmacy 



MILDRED LAWRENCE 

Birmingham 
* M 
English 

Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers; Masquers; 
President, Masquers, 4; Treasurer, Fresh- 
man Class; Vice-President, Phi Mu, 4; 
Vice-President, Women's Student Gov- 
ernment, 3, 4; Parade Committee, 3, 4. 



ROLLIN LINCOLN 

Chicago, III. 
II K * 
History 

University of Illinois, I ; Kappa Phi 
Kappa; Pi Kappa Phi Historian, 4. 



BRUCE LITTLE 

Piedmont 

History 

Football, I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, I; Base- 
ball, I, 2, 3. 4; H Club. 

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JEANNE MARTIN 

Albertville 

A A II 

English 

Y. W. C. A.; Student Senate, 3, 4; 
President, Art Club; Beauty Parade, I, 
2, 3, 4; Secretary, Student Body. 4; Sec- 
retary and Treasurer, Alpha Delta Pi, 4; 
Who's Who Among Students in Amer- 
ican Universities and Colleges. 



BERTHA NEL MASON 

Leeds 

Business Administration 

Hypatia; Secretary, B. S. U. Council; 
Secretary, Booklovers, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 



AUBREY MILLER 

II K \ 

Pharmacy 

President, Pi Kappa Alpha, 4; Kappa 
Psi; Cheerleader. I; Glee Club, I. 



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FRANKIE MOODY 

Sprlngville 

A Z 
Pre-Med 

Alabama College, I; Y. W. C. A. 
Beauty Parade, 4. 



JOHN MOORE 

Selma 

Social Science 

Auburn, I; Glee Club, 2, 3; Y. M. 
C. A.: Art Club; Ministerial Association; 
Pi Gamma Mu; B. S. U. Council, 3, 4. 



ELIZABETH MORTON 

Birmingham 

* M 

History 

President, Alpha Delta Theta, 3; Treas- 
urer, Alpha Delta Theta, 2; Treasurer, 
Art Club, 4; Y. W. C. A.; Beauty Pa- 
rade; Panhellenic Council. 



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CATHRYN McKIBBON 

Birmingham 
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President, Beta Sigma Omicron, 4; Sec- 
retary Art Club; Vice-President, Pan- 
hellenic Council. 4; Secretary, Pan- 
hellenic Council, 3; Y. W. C. A.; Book- 
lovers; Treasurer, Beta Sigma Omicron, 
3; International Relations Club. 



RUTH OLIVER 

Birmingham 
A A II 
English 

President, Alpha Delta Pi, 4; President, 
Y. W. C. A., 4; Secretary and Treasurer, 
Women's Student Government, 4; Hy- 
patia; Pi Gamma Mu; Assistant Editor, 
Bull Pup, I; Masquers; Honor Court, 3; 
Boolelovers; B. S. U. Council, 2; Who's 
Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges. 



FRED PEREL 

Birmingham 
Economics 



J. WYATT POPE 

Brantley 

II K * 

Pharmacy 

President, Student Body; President, Pan- 
hellenic Council, 4; President, Pi Kappa 
Phi, 3; Vice-President, Panhellenic Coun- 
cil, 3; Vice-President, Sophomore Class; 
Business Manager, Entre Nous, 3; Assist- 
ant Business Manager, Bull Pup, 3; Sec- 
retary, Y. M. C. A.. 2; Vice-Prelsdent. 
B. S. U. Council, 2; Treasurer, Pi Kappa 
Phi, 3; Parade Committee, 4; Ushers 
Club; Band, I, 2; Honor Roll. I, 2; 
Kappa Psi; Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges. 



GERTRUDE PORCH 

Birmingham 

Sociology 

Chi Delta Phi. 



CHARLES MULLINS 

Helena 

Ministerial Association; Glee Club; Y. 
M. C. A. 



MARY CATHERINE OUTLAW 

Birmingham 

A Z 

Biology 

Booklovers; Y. W. C. A. 



ADA POWELL 

Birmingham 

A Z 

English 

Booklovers; Secretary, Y. W. C. A., 
Glee Club. 3; Crimson Staff, 3. 



EVELYN MURPHREE 

Birmingham 
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Masquers; Y. W. C. A.; Booldovers 
Vice-President, Panhellenic Council 
Treasurer, Phi Mu, 3; Beauty Parade, 3 
President, Phi Mu, 4; Senior Editor 
Entre Nous, 4. 



ROBBIE OWINGS 

Centerville 
A A 11 
English 

Secretary, Alpha Delta Pi, 3, 4; Beauty 

Parade, I, 2, 3, 4; Masquers; Glee Club; 

Y. W. C. A.; Miss Howard, 2. 



MRS. ALICE PUTNAM 

Birmingham 

Spanish 

Alabama College, I, 2; Pi Gamma Mu; 

Glee Club; Masquers; Scholarship Day; 

Junior Marshal. 



mary Mcdowell 

Mobile 
History 



HOWARD PARKER 

Pensacola, Fla. 
Pharmacy 



WILLIAM PENUEL 

Birmingham 
Math 



MYERS OUALLS 

Livingston. Tenn. 

II K \ 

Pharmacy 

William and Mary, I, 2; Vice-President, 
Kappa Psi; Tau Chi Delta; Phi Sigma. 



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J. W. RICHARDSON 

Ariton 

Religious Education 

Troy State Teachers, I, 2; President, 
Speech Arts Club; Vice-President, Inter- 



national Relations Club; Y. M. C. 
Glee Club; Ushers Club. 



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ROBERT SPEIR 



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Birmingham 

II K * 

Pre-Medicine 

University of Alabama, I ; President, 
Alpha Epsilon Delta, 4. 



MARTHA TAYLOR 

Birmingham 

Pre-Medicine 

W. A. A.; Vice-President, W. A. A. 4; 
Alpha Epsilon Delta; Secretary. Alpha 
Epsilon Delta. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club; Y. W. 
C. A.; Beauty Parade. 3, 4; Biology 
Laboratory Assistant. 



BETTY MANLY RIDDLE 

Talladega 

English 

Vice-President, Y. W. A.; Glee Club; 

Booklovers; International Relations Club; 

Y. W. C. A.; B. S. U. Council. 



BONNIE SAZERA 

Birmingham 

Pre-Medicine 

Alpha Epsilon Delta; Freshman Marshal; 
Scholarship Day, I, 2; Historian, Alpha 
Epsilon Delta, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, I, 2, 
3; Booklovers; Beauty Parade; Biology 
Laboratory Assistant. 



WILLIAM STICKLES 

Guntersville 
11 K * 

Journalism 

Editor, Entre Nous, 4; Assistant Editor, 
The Crimson, 4; Editor, Bull Pup, I; As- 
sistant Editor, Entre Nous, 2; Crimson 
Staff, 3; Ushers Club; Parade Commit- 
tee, 4; International Relations Club; 
Who's Who Among Students in Amer- 
ican Universities and Colleges. 



DONALD STRICKLAND 

Gordo 

English 

Ministerial Association. 



MARY PEARL TEASLEY 

Birmingham 

Economics 

Honor Roll, I; Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers. 



HARRY TEEL 

Rockford 

Economics 

Trident; Vice-President, Student Body, 4; 
Pi Gamma Mu; President, International 
Relations Club; Student Publications 
Board; Delta Kappa; Ushers Club; Pa- 
rade Committee; Freshman and Junior 
Marshal; Student Senate, 2; Honor 
Roll, I, 2. 



GLADYS SCOTT 

Whistler 

English 

President, Dormitory Council, 2, 3; B. 
S. U. Council, 4; President, Girls' Glee 
Club; Secretary and Treasurer, Sopho- 
more Class; President, Y. W. A. 



NINA THORNTON STRICKLAND 

Birmingham 

<l> M 

Y. W. C. A.; Glee Club, I. 4; Pre 
ident, Phi Mu, 3. 



EDGAR THOMAS 

Tuscumbia 

II K * 
Pharmacy 



Auburn, I 
Kappa Phi 



Kappa Psi; President. Pi 
4; Panhellenic Council, 3. 



PERCY SMITH 

Santa Rosa, Texas 
II K A 
History 



D. C. STRINGFELLOW 

Dothan 

Trident; Ministerial Association; Presi- 
dent, Senior Class; President, Interna- 
tional Relations Club, 3; President, Delta 
Kappa, 4; Glee Club; Ushers Club; 
Speech Arts Club; Y. M C. A.; Mas- 
quers; Y. T. C.i Student Senate, 2; 
Vice-President, Student Body, 3; Schol- 
arship Day, I, 2, 3; Chairman, Student 
Publications Board; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and 
Colleges. 



TALMADGE TUGGLE 

Oak Crove 

Economics 

Football, I, 2, 3, 4; H Club; Alternate 
Captain Football Team, 4. 



THOMAS SNOW 

Pharmacy 
Kappa Psi 



S. C. STUTTS 

Attallo 

History 

1 d States Military Academy, 2; 
Student Senate, 4; Y. M. C. A., Cab- 
inet; Treasurer, Sophomore Class; Inter- 
national Relations Club. 



FRED W. TURNER 

Piedmont 

History 

Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4; Football Manager, 
3, 4; President, H Club; Student S. 



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LEROY VANCE 

Carrollton, Miss. 

11 K A 

Pharmacy 

University of Mississippi, 2; President, 

Pi Kappa Alpha, 3; President, Kappa 

Psi, 4. 



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ALICE WATERS 



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Birmingham 

<l> M 

English 

President, Hypatia; Vice-President, Y. 

W. C. A.; Chi Delta Phi; Pi Gamma 

Mu; Booklovers; Society Editor, Entre 

Nous, 3. 



WILENA WILLIAMS 

Haleyville 

Economics 

Athens College, I ; Sponsor. Howard- 
Southern Game, 4. 



MARY LEE VINES 

Birmingham 

A Z 

English 

W. A. A.; Y. W. C. A.; Glee Club; 

Treasurer. Y. W. A.; Treasurer, Delta 

Zeta, 3. 



T. A. WINDHAM 

Harttord 
Education 
Football, I, 2, 3, 4; H Club; Basebal 



ROBERT VOGT 

Alexandria, Va. 
II K A 

George Washington University, 
Kappa Psi. 



I, 2; 



WAVERLY WATKINS 

Birmingham 

History 

H Club; Baseball: Masquers; Secretary, 
H Club, 4. 



MARY WILLIAMSON 

Chelsea 

Social Science 

Pi Gamma Mu; Glee Club, I, 3; Y. W. 

C. A.; Historian of Booklovers, 3, 4; 

W A. A.. Secretary, 4; Honor Roll. 

I, 2, 3. 



JARED WALKER 

Montgomery 

X N 

Delta Kappa; Ministerial Association; 

Y. M. C A.; Glee Club; International 

Relations Club; President, Freshman 

Class; President, Sigma Nu, 2. 



JERRE WATSON 

Anniston 

A T 

Pharmacy 

University of Alabama, I. 2, 3. 



BILLY WOOD 

Birmingham 

II K \ 
Pharmacy 

Panhellenic Council; Delta Kappa; 
Glee Club; Kappa Psi; Crimson Staff. 
3, 4; Band. I, 2. 3, 4; Parade Commit- 
tee, 3, 4; Sports Editor, Entre Nous, 4. 



JOHN WARREN 

Columbus, Ohio 

Pharmacy 

Ohio State, I, 2; Kappa Psi; 
Sports Council. 



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WILLIAM WEAVER 

Talladega 

English 

Assistant Editor, Entre Nous, I. 3; Pres- 
ident, B. S. U. Council, 4; President, 
State B. S. U. Student Senate, 4; Stu 
dent Publications Board: Glee Club; 
Secretary, Y. M. C. A., 4; Ministerial 
Association; International Relations 
Club; Vice-President, Junior Class: Mas 
quers; Trident; Who's Who Among Stu 
dents in American Universities and Col- 
leges. 



OLIVE POSEY WOOD 

Haleyville 

\ A II 

Athens College, I ; Glee Club. 



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Martha Lou does the spring cleaning . . . Henry 
Clay Roberts . . . Studying . . . Two cigarettes 
in the light . . . Mrs. Strick . . . Sliegh Belle . . . 
Michael and Penny . . . The D. Z.'s go to class 
. . . Real Silk" Brock . . . Keep off the grass, 
Mary Frances . . . Spring scene . . . Aw, come 
on, Rev.! . . . The Pi Kappa Phi House in the 



Spring . . . The B. S. O. House in the Winter 
. . . Abbie and Kibby . . . Blonde's eye view . . . 
Sigma Nu's get some publicity . . . This should 
be in the parlor . . . The life of a frosh . . . Look 
what the sunshine brought out . . . That'_s my 
hair . . . Students at the Barber's College . . . 
Tonsorial Art . . . The Moo Cow Moo's . . . 
Selina. 



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JUNIOR CLASS 

OFFICERS 

EDDIE WELCH President 

THEO EMENS Vice-President 

JAPPIE BRYANT Secretary 

JANE PURSER Treasurer 




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JACK 
AKIN 

Cullman, Ala. 
H Club Chaplain; Glee Club; 
Kappa Phi Kappa; Ministerial 
Association. 



LUCILLE 
BEAVERS 

Birmingham, Ala. 
English 
Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers. 



VIRGINIA 
BURLESON 

<l> M Gadsden, Ala. 

Pre-Medicine 
Blue Mountain College, I. 



MARGARET 

SUE 

DENTON 

A Z Birmingham, Ala. 

Social Science 
Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers; Glee 
Club. 



LORENE 
ALSBROOKS 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Treasurer of Dietetics Club, 3; 
Y. W. A. 



GORDON 
BERRY 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Asbury College, I; Cheer- 
leader, 2. 



RODWELL 
CALHOUN 

II K A Birmingham, Ala. 

English 
Delta Kappa; Crimson Staff 
2; Masquers; Pan-Hellenic 
Council; Parade Committee. 



JANE 
DORAN 

Birmingham, Ala. 

History 
Y. W. C. A., Cabinet; Vice- 
President, Booklovers, 3; 
Treasurer, Booklovers, 2; 
Beauty Parade, 3. 



CORRIE 
ANDERSON 

<l> M Ensley, Ala. 

English 
Delta Kappa; Beauty Section, 
I; Band Sponsor, I, 2; Beauty 
Parade, 3; Entre Nous Staff, 3. 



JACK 
BEVERETT 

Midland City, Ala. 

Business Administration 
Pi Gamma Mu; Honor Roll, I, 
2, 3; Treasurer, Student Body, 
3; Student Senate, 3; Ushers 
Club; Economics Club; Delta 
Kappa. 



MARVIN 
CARROLL 

II K 'I 1 Birmingham, Ala. 

Economics 



CHARLES 
DOUGLAS 

Parrish, Ala. 

Education 
Football, I, 2, 3; H Club. 



LEE 
ANDERTON 

Sheffield, Ala. 

Florence State Teachers, I; B. 
S. U. Council; Art Club; Min- 
isterial Association. 



JOHN 
BLACKSHEAR 

Tanner, Ala. 
P r e . - L a w 



GENE 
CLAYTOR 

A 7. Little Rock, Ark. 

Y. W. C. A.; Masquers; Book- 
lovers; Beauty Parade; Assist- 
ant Business Manager, Crim- 
son, 2, 3; Entre Nous Staff, 3; 
Secretary-Treasurer, Masquers, 
3. 



LOUIS 
EBERSOLE 

X *!> Birmingham, Ala. 

University of Alabama, I; 

University of Southern Cali- 
fornia, 2. 



GEORGE 
BAGLEY 

Fairfield, Ala. 

Crimson Staff, 2, 3; Ministerial 
Association. 



WILLIAM 
BLEDSOE 

Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Mathematics 
Ellisville Junior College, I, 2. 



HENRY 
COBB 

II K 'I' Greensboro, Ala. 

Pharmacy 
Kappa Psi. 



THEO 
EMENS 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Economics 
Vice-President, Junior Class. 



EDNA 
EARLE 
BARNES 

A A II 

E n g 



Albertvllle, Ala. 
I i S h 



SAM 
BROWN 

Baileyton, Ala 

Ministerial Association. 



SARA 
COFIELD 

<l> M Birmingham, Ala. 

Dietetics 
Secretary, Phi Mu, 3; Presi- 
dent, Dietetics Club, 2; Pres- 
ident, Omicron Alpha, 2; 
Treasurer, Omicron Alpha, 3; 
Y. W. C. A.; Freshman and 
Sophomore Marshal. 



CARLYLE 
EVANS 

II K «(' Knoxville, Tenn. 

Pharmacy 
Kappa Psi; Band. 2. 



BOB 
BATTENSCHLAG 

II K 'I' Casper, Wyoming 

Pre - Dentistry 
University of Alabama, I. 



JAPPIE 
BRYANT 



Bessemer, Ala. 
g I i s h 



A /. 
E 

Secretary, Delta Zeta; Beauty 
Parade, I, 2; Cheerleader, I, 
2; Parade Committee, I, 2; 
Secretary, Junior Class: Pres 
ident, Women's Student Gov- 
ernment, 3; Vice-President, Arl 
Club, 2; Y. W. C. A.; M>is 
quers; Science Club; 
Court, 2; Enlre Nous Staff, 3. 



J. H. 
DAVIDSON 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Religious Education 

Y. M. C. A.; Ministerial As 
sociation. 



SAM 

GOLDMAN 

Cleveland, Ohio 
Pharmacy 
Football, 2, 3; Basketball, 2, 
3; H Club. 



JAMES 

BEATY 

II K * Eldridgc, Ala. 

Economics 
Hardeman Junior College, I; 
University of Alabama, 2. 



SARANEL 
BURFORD 

•l> M Ensley, Ala. 

English 

Masquers: Science Club; Entre 
Nous Staff, 3. 



MURRAY D. 
DAY 

\ \ \ Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

nal Association. 



GORDON 
GOLSON 

Hueytown, Ala. 

History 
Football. I, 2, 3; H. Club. 



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MARGARET LOWREY 





SAM 
GRANADE 

L e r o y , Ala. 

Religious Education 
Vice-President Ministerial As- 
sociation. 



HARRY 
HOWTON 

II K A Birmingham, Ala. 

Mathematics 

Virginia Military Institute, I, 
2. 



CLEO 
LAMBERT 

H e f I i n , Ala. 
Social Science 
Glee Club; Booklovers. 



NORMAN 

MASSENSILL 

K A Bristol, Va. 

Pharmacy 

Roanoke College, I; Univer- 
sity of North Carolina, 3; 
Kappa Psi; Entre Nous Staff, 
2. 



CATHERINE 
GRIFFIN 



$ M 

E 

Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers 



Birmingham, Ala. 
g I i s h 



CLYDE 
HUBBARD 

West Blocton, Ala. 
History 
Football, I, 2; H Club. 



JOHN T. 


MARTHA 




LATHAM 


MERCK 




II K + New Market, Ala. 


Birmingham, 


Ala. 


Pharmacy 


E n g 1 i 


s h 


Honor Roll, 1; Kappa Psi. 


President, Booklovers, 


3; Pres- 



ident, W. C. U.; B. S. U. 
Council; Student Senate, 2; 
Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A. 



GENE 
GROGAN 

Birmingham, Ala. 

A r t 

Art Club; W. A. A.; Treas- 
urer, Art Club. 



JOANNE 
GUNN 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Pre-Medicine 
Booklovers; W. A. A. 



GRADY 
HUTCHINSON 

Enterprise, Ala. 

Religious Education 
Y. M. C. A.; International Re- 
lations Club; Ushers Club; 
Student Senate, 3; Vice-Pres- 
ident, Sophomore Class; Min- 
isterial Association; Glee 
Club; Chairman, Chapel Pro- 
gram Committee. 

DENNIS 
INGRAM 

A X A Ashland, Ala. 

Economics 
Basketball, I, 2, 3; Band, 2. 



FERRELL 
LAWRENCE 

A X A Leeds, Ala. 

History 
Football, I. 



RUTH 
LIVINGSTONE 

Birmingham 
E n g I i 
Y. W. C. A. 



Ala. 

s h 



NANCY 

KEY 

MITCHELL 

Headland, Ala. 

Social Science 
Dormitory Council, 3* Y. W. 
C. A. 



JACK 
MOORE 

Birmingham, Ala 
Football, I, 2. 3; H Club. 



CLYDE 
HALLAMAN 

Homewood, Ala. 

Mathematics 



GLADYS MARGARET 

JAMES LOWREY 

Trussville, Ala. A A II Birmingham, Ala. 

English History 

Georgia State College for 
Women, I, 2. 



P. B. 

MOORE 

H e f I i n , Ala. 

Religious Education 

Ministerial Association; Glee 
Club. 



MARGARET 

HEATH 

Birmingham, 


Ala. 


ELMO 
JOHNSON 

B i r m i n 


E n g 1 i 
Booklovers; Y. W. C. 


S h 
A. 


E c o n 
Ushers Club. 



IRA 
MARTIN 

Thorsby, Ala. 
Pharmacy 
Piedmont College, I; Labora- 
tory Assistant. 



KENNETH 
MORGAN 

Gadsden, A , a . 

History 
Football. I, 2. 3; H Club- 
Baseball, I, 2, 3. 



AL 

HERRMANN 

(I Z Birmingham, Ala. 

P r e - L a w 
University of Alabama, I. 



BETTY 
JORDAN 

A /. Birmingham, Ala. 

Alabama College, I, 2; Glee 
Club; Entre Nous Staff, 3. 



ROSE 

LORENA 

MARTIN 

A A II Birmingham, Ala. 

History 
University of Alabama, I; Y. 
W. C. A.; International Rela- 
tions Club. 



JAMES 

MOSS 

Gordo, Ala. 

University of Alabama, I, 2; 

Ministerial Assoication. 



FLOYD H. 
HORTON 

Hansonville, 

H i s t o 

President, Kappa Phi K.ippa 



Ala. 

f y 



ABILANE 
KNIGHT 

II 1 O Birmingham, Ala. 

English 
Vice-President, Beta Sigma 
Omicron; Booklovers; Y. W. 
C. A.; B. S. U. Council. 



BARBARA 
MASON 

A A II Birmingham, Ala. 

Economics 
Howard Carnival Princess 2' 
Pan-Hellenic Council; Y. W. 
C. A.; Masquers; Beauty Pa- 
rade, 3; Honor Court, 2; 
Treasurer, Alpha Delta Pi, 2. 



FRED 

MULLINS 

- N Helena, Ala. 

Pre-Medicine 



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GEORGE 
MURRAH 

II K * Richland, Ga. 

Pharmacy 
Kappa Psi. 



MARGARET 
McCLELLAN 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Dietetics 

Dietetics Club; Y. W. C. A.; 
B S U. Council; Student Sen- 
ate, 3. 



PIERCE 
McGUIRE 

Haleyville, Ala. 

Religious Education 
Ministerial Association. 



KATIE 

LEE 

McKINNEY 

B Z Tuscumbia, Ala. 

Dietetics 



TOM 
OGLE 

IT K A Birmingham, Ala. 

Economics 
Parade Chairman, 3. 



JACK 
OLLIPHANT 

X N Jacksonville, Fla. 

Economics 

Delta Kappa; Pan-Hellenic 
Council; Parade Committee. 



JACK 
OWEN 

Dadeville, Ala. 

Economics 
Student Senate, 3. 



ROY 
PAYNE 

II K •!' Dora, Ala. 

Pharmacy 
Pan-Hellenic Council, 3. 



BILL 
PFAFF 

II K A Birmingham, Ala. 

Pharmacy 
Band, I, 2. 



EUGENIA 

OLIVIA 

PHILABERT 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Pre-Medicine 

Alabama College, I; Glee 

Club. 

JAMES E. 
POTTS 

Newman, Ga. 

Mathematics 
West Georgia Colleae, I. 

JANE 
PURSER 

A Z Birmingham, Ala. 

English 

Furman University, I; Treas- 
urer, Y. W. C. A.; Treasurer, 
Junior Class; Beta Pi Theta; 
Historian, Delta Zeta; Book- 
lovers; Beauty Parade, 3. 

SUSIE 
MARY 
RAINEY 

A Z Birmingham, Ala. 

English 
Huntingdon College, I; Y. 
W. A.; W. A. A. 

FRANCES 
RAY 

A Z Birmingham, Ala. 

English 
Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; 
President, Glee Club, 2. 



HELEN 
ROBERTS 

4> M Birmingham, Ala. 

President, Dietetics Club; 
Booklovers; Y. W. C. A.; 
President, Omicron Alpha. 



RUTH 
ROBERTS 
B 2 

J o u r n a 
Crimson Staff, 2, 3 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Vice- 
President, Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron, 3; Secretary, Beta Sigma 
Omicron, 2; Y. W. C. A.; 
Booklovers; Entre Nous Staff, 
3. 



KENNARD 
ROBINSON 

Tarrant City, Ala. 
English 

TOMMIE 

LOU 

ROBINSON 

Haleyville, Ala. 

Social Science 

University of Alabama, I; Y. 
W C. A.; Dormitory Coun- 
cil, 3. 



MARY 
ROPER 
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FORNEY 
REESE 

A X A Birmingham, Ala. 

Business Administration 



ERNESTINE 
STANDIFER 

Gadsden, Ala. 

Mathematics 
Glee Club; Y. W. A. 



JEROME B. 
TAUBER 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Pre-Medicine 



MARY 
THOMASON 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Dietetics 
Y. W. C. A.; President, 
Dietetics Club; Booklovers. 



MARGARET 
THOMPSON 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Spanish 
Y. W. C. A • Glee Club. 



FRED 
THRASH 

H e f I i n , Ala. 

History 
Entre Nous Staff; Ministerial 
Association; Glee Club 2- 
Ushers Club, I, 2. 



MARY 

FRANCES 

VAUGHN 

A Z Birmingham, Ala. 

Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. 



AUXFORD 
WATKINS 

Birmingham, Ala. 

History 

Football, I. 2, 3; H Club; 
Treasurer, Freshman Class. 



EDDIE 
WELCH 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Economics 
H Club; Baseball, I, 2, 3; 
Basketball. 2, 3; President, 
Junior Class. 



deLACEE WHITE 

A A II Birmingham, Ala. 

Biology 
Alpha Epilon Delta; Y. W. 
C. A. 



W. H. 
WILLIAMS 

Montgomery, Ala 

Economic: 
Band, I, 2, 3. 



MARY 
EMILY 
WISHART 

B 2 Birmingham. Ala. 

Treasurer, Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron; Beauty Section, I, 2; 
Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers; Art 
Club' Honor Court, 2; Pan- 
Hellenic Council, 3. 



FRANCES 
WADSWORTH 

Bin Dora, Ala. 

Y. W. A.; Dietetics Club, 2, 3. 



JAMES A. 
WARD 

A T '..' Birmingham, Ala. 

Pre-Medicine 

Auburn, I, 2. 



JIMMY 
WOOD 

Troy, Ala. 

History 
Football, I, 2; B. S. U Coun- 
cil. 



ELTA 

WORSHAM 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Dietetics 

Dietetics Club; Y. W. C. A.; 

Booklovers. 



Birmingham, Ala. 







SARA 






RUTH 


WAYNE 




YOUNG 


WELLS 




Birmingham, Ala. 


II K 'I' 


Ashford, Ala. 


Religious Education 


E c o n 


o m i c s 


Beta Pi Theta; Chi Delta Phi. 



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Scenes from the Sororities — D. Z. . . . Phi Mu 
. . . B. S. O. . . . A. D. Pi . . . Contrasting types 
of beauty — Red and White . . . Mickey and 
Ernie . . . The pride of Alex City and Hog 
Wallow . . . What toothpaste are you advertis- 
ing, Elizabeth? ... Dr. Olive . . . We had bet- 
ter not go in there, Jack . . . What pretty clouds 
. . . Frankie at 520 Vanderbilt . . . "Cueball," 



' Schlag" and "Snuff" . . . Cadet Colonel Ratley 
. . . Gladys rests . . . There aren't any doodle- 
bugs there, Frances . . . Sibley wants in . . . 
Frances and the Greek . . . Campus scene . . . 
Audrey, Billy, and Gracie . . . Sibley, that's a 
bad place to open your mouth ... I bet it 
makes her sick ... A nice bed you have there, 
Jack . . . Whose car is that? 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS 

OFFICERS 

ARLIE ALLEN President 

ROSCOE GOLDSMITH Vice-President 

DOROTHY BELL Secretary 

EDITH HALE Treasurer 




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MARION 

ABSHER 

Blountsville, Ala. 

Religious Education 

Ministerial Association 



KENNY 
BAKER 

Cleveland, Ohio 
Education 
Football, I; Basketball. I, 2. 



HOBSON 
BRADLEY 

II K <l> Centre, 

Snead Junior College, I. 



SARAH 
CERAVOLO 
Ala. Birmingham, Ala. 

Religious Education 
Birmingham-Southern, I. 



DONALD 
ADCOCK 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Mathematics 



DOROTHY 
BELL 

<l» M Birmingham, Ala. 

Art Club; Secretary, Sopho- 
more Class; Y. W. A.; Honor 
Court; Beauty Parade, 2. 



BERNICE 
BROWN 

B — U Birmingham, Ala. 

Booklovers; Y. W. C. A.; 
Treasurer, W. A. A. 



VIC 
CLASEN 

Birmingham 



A I a 



ARLIE 
ALLEN 
Bessemer, Ala. 

History 
Crimson Staff; Delta Kappa; 
President, Sophomore Class. 



JOE 
BELL 

Pansey, Ala. 

Religious Education 
Bob Jones College, I. 



ELIZABETH H. 
BURDICK 

Long Island 
D i e t e t 
Dietetics Club. 



CARROLL 
CLAYTON 
Y . II K <1> Livingston, Ala. 

s Pharmacy 



HARVEY 
ALLEN 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Business Administration 

Bowling Green Business Col- 
lege, I. 



STEWART 
BELL 

Birmingham, Ala. 
English 



GILBERT 
BURKS 

C a I e r a , Ala. 

Religious Education 
Physical Society. 



EDNA 
EARLE 
CLEMENTS 

>1> M Birmingham, Ala. 

Dietetics 
Vice-President, Y. W. C. A., 
2; Secretary, Omicron Alpha, 
2; Dietetics Club. 



WEAVER 
ALLEN 

1 N Birmingham, Ala. 

Business Administration 



MILDRED 
BERKSTRESSER 

Sylacauga, Ala. 

Music 
Judson, I; Glee Club; Y. W. 
A.; Y. W. C. A. 



FRANCES 
BUTLER 

'I' M Montgomery, Ala. 

Sociology 
Alabama College, I. 



E. R. 

CLEMENTS, JR. 

Decatur, 
P h a r m 



A I a 



LOUIS 
ARMSTRONG 

Montgomery, Ala. 
English 
President, Y. M. C. A.; Min- 
isterial Association; B. S. U. 
Council; Ushers Club; Vice- 
President, Speech Arts Club; 
Mission Study Club. 



BORUM 




BISHOP 




M ontgomery, 


Ala. 


E c o n o m 


i c s 



J. w. 

CAMPBELL 

A r I e y , A I 

Ministerial Association. 



JEANNE 
COBB 

Birmingham, Ala. 

History 



ROBERT 
ARMSTRONG 

Birmingham, Ala. 
English 
Football, I; Masquers. 



GEORGE 
BIVENS 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Chemistry 



ROSALIND LOUISE 

CARTER COOK 

A /. Birmingham, Ala. S e I m a , A I 

English Economi 

Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers. Y. W. C. A.; B. S. U. 



MARTHA 
ARNOLD 



A 7. 

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Booklovers; Y. W 

B'Mlll, 



Birmingham, Ala. 
c] I i S h 



BILL 
BOGGS 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Pr(?- Medicine 



JUNE 




J. HAROLD 


CAUSEY 




CRANFORD 


Birmingham, 


Ala. 


B i r m i n g 


E n g 1 i 


s h 


Social 



Science 
Birmingham-Southern I 



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BILLY GWIN 





JEROME 
CROWE, JR. 

II K A Pinson, Ala. 

Journalism 



GEORGE 
DOWD 

Montgomery, Ala. 

Ministerial Association; Y. M. 
C. A. 



ROSCOE 
PARKER 
GOLDSMITH 

Atmore, Ala. 

Economics 
Managing Editor, Entre Nous, 
2; Y. M. C. A.; Band; Glee 
Club, I, 2; Ushers Club; Li- 
brary Assistant; Vice-President, 
Sophomore Class; Mission 
Study Club. 

FRANCES 
GOODRICH 

A A II Birmingham, Ala. 

English 
Y. W. A., I, 2; Booklovers, 2. 



DAN 
HAGOOD 

Albertville, Ala 
Economic: 
University of Alabama, I. 



EDITH 
HALE 

<l' M Birmingham, Ala. 

Economics 
Delta Kappa; President, Book- 
lovers; Treasurer, Sophomore 
Class; Y. W. C. A.; Band 
Sponsor, I. 



GEROW 
HODGES 

Geneva, Ala. 
Biology 
Fooiball, I, 2; Basketball, I, 
2. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



MARJORIE 
HOLCOMB 
<I> H 

Sociology 
Y. W. C. A.; Assistant Society 
Editor, Crimson; Beauty Pa- 
rade, "Miss Howard." 



MARGARET 

EAKINS 

Huntsvllle, Ala. 

Social Science 

Glee Club; Y. W. C. A.; 

Booklovers; Y. W. A. 



AUDREY 
GRANADE 

Frankville, Ala. 

Religious Education 
Ministerial Association. 



HAZEL 
HARRELL 

A A IT Birmingham, Ala. 

English 
Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. A. 



LOUISE 
HOLLINGSWORTH 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Dietetics 



CARL 
ELLIS 

II K * Brantley, Ala. 

Pharmacy 
Troy Teachers College, I. 



EDNA 
RUTH 
GRAVETT 

Birmingham, Ala. 
English 
Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers. 



RUTH 
HARRIS 

Guntersville, 

P r e - M e d i c 
Judson, I. 



VIVIAN 
HOULDITCH 

Ala. Birmingham, Ala. 

i n e English 

Y. W. C. A.; Vice-President, 
Freshman Class* Student Sen- 
a'e; May Day Honor Court. 



E. H. 
ELLIS 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Ministerial Association. 



IRA E. 
GUNN, JR. 

II K * Alexander City, Ala. 
Pre-Medicine 
Glee Club, I. 



CHARLINE 
HARRISON 

A /, 

S p 

Rlee Club; Cheerleader; Y 
W. C. A. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
e c h 



DOROTHY 
HUFF 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Pre-Medicine 

Y. W. C A.: Glee Club; 
Alpha Epsilon Delta. 



B. G. 

FINDLAY 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Biology 



GUSSIE 

MAE 

GUYTON 

Alexander City, Ala. 
English 
Y. W. C. A.; W. C. V.; Y. 
W. A.; Booklovers. 



PORTER 
HARRISON 

Anniston, Ala 

Ministerial Association 



CHARLES 
HUNDLEY 

Birmingham. Ala 
Ministerial Association. 



CARL 






MARY 


FOLDS 






GWILLIM 


H a n c e v i 1 e , 


A 


a . 


B i r m i n 


H i s t o 


r 


y 


Y, W. C. /* 


Football, 1, 2. 









ORVil i E 
HAUSE 

Piedmont. Ala 
Football. I, 2; B.isketball, I. 



COY 

HURST 

A I d e n , Ala. 

Journalism 

Auburn, I. 



EFRO 
GATSIS 

Birmingham, Ala. 
English 



BILLY 

GWIN 

II X Bessemer, Ala. 

Cheerleader, I, 2; Basketball, 
I. 



EVELYN 
HENDRIX 

A /. Birmingham, Ala. 

I n q I i s h 

Di.-inlrs Club. I, 2; Y. W. 
C. A., I, 2. 



BETTIE 
JACOBS 

\ \ II Monteagla, Tenn. 

E n q I i s h 
■. Club, I. 



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JOHN 
JEFFERS 

Tarrant, Ala. 

Economics 

Baseball. I, 2; Basketball, I, 
2; H Club. 



AUGUST EDWIN 

LOVEGREN McBRAYER 

Birmingham, Ala. B o a 2 

Chemistry Phar 

University of Minnesota, I. Snead, I, 2. 



JONES 

NIAGER 

H e f I i n , Ala. 

English 



JUNE 

RAY 

JONES 

<l> M Birmingham, Ala. 

English 
Booklovers; Y. W. C. A. 



HOWARD 
MANGRUM 

II K 'I' Birmingham, Ala 

Economics 



CHARLES 

McCain 

A r I e y , Ala 

Ministerial Association. 



MARY 
NICHOLS 

Bessemer, Ala 

Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers. 



SARA 
JORDAN 

Birmingham, Ala 
Glee Club; Y. W. C. A. 
Booklovers. 



DOROTHY 
MARTIN 

A A II Birmingham, Ala. 

Dietetics 
Y. W. C. A.; Dietetics Club; 
Omicron Alpha. 



HOWARD 
McCLAIN 

A X A Gadsden, Ala. 

Pharmacy 



LEWIS 

NORRIS 

Frisco City, Ala. 

Economics 
Football, I, 2; Baseball, I. 



TOM 
JORDAN 
II K <I> 
P h a 
Kappa Psi 



Guntersville, Ala. 
r m a c y 



BASCOM 
MASON 

Leeds, Ala. 
Economics 



JEAN 
McDANIEL 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Co-Editor, Freshman Editon; 

Scholarship Day; Crimson 
Staff. 



VIVIAN 
NORTON 

A A II 

F r 

Y. W. C. A.; Beauty Parade; 

Business Staff, Crimson. 



Birmingham, Ala. 

inch 



DEWEY 
LACKEY, JR. 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Chemistry 
Chi Alpha Sigma. 



LEON 
MEGGINSON 

Mobile, Ala 
Economic 



JACK 
McLENDON 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Chemistry 
Chi Alpha Sigma. 



MADGE 

OWEN 

Dadeville, Ala. 

Secretary-Treaurer, Freshman 
Class; Y. W. A.; Booklovers. 



DAN 
LAWRENCE 

A X A Leeds, Ala. 

Economics 



BEATRICE 
MICHAEL 

A A II Gadsden, Ala. 

Sociology 
University of Alabama, I; Pa- 
rade Committee; Y. W. C. A.; 
Crimson Staff; Assistant Ed- 
itor, Entre Nous; Beauty Pa- 
rade; Howard Christmas Car- 
nival Princess. 



BETTY 
McNARON 

Birmingham, Ala. 
French 
Y. W. C. A.; Art Club; 
Sophie Newcomb, I. 



W. T. 

PARRISH 

II K * Ashford, Ala. 

Pre - Dentistry 

Troy Teachers College, I. 



AMOS 
LEDBETTER 

Trussville, Ala. 
English 
Ministerial Association. 



JAMES 
MONROE 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Religious Education 
Ministerial Association. 



CURTIS 

NELMS 

Gadsden, Ala. 

Religious Education 



HENRY 
PEETE 

Montevallo, Ala. 
Mathematics 



EVAN 
LEWIS 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Pre-Modicino 
Band, I; Kappa Alpha Sigma. 



JULIA 

MORGAN 

A A II Gadsden, Ala. 

Economics 

Alabama College, I. 



CHARLES 
NIAGER 

H e f I i n , Ala. 
Economics 



ELIZABETH 
PENNEY 

Gadsden, Ala. 
Sociology 
Y. W. A.; Cheerlea • 
Parade Committee, 2; Y. W 
C. A.; Beauty Par.i 
Sophomore Editor, Enti* '■ 
2; May Day Court, I. 



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FLORRIE THOMPSON 





T&LM. 



CLARENCE 
PHILLIPS 

Alexander City, Ala. 
Religious Education 
Y. M. C. A.; Treasurer, Min- 
isterial Association. 



BILLY 
RIDDLE 

II K A Birmingham, Ala. 

Economics 
Football, I; Band, 2; Editor, 
Bull Pup; Business Manager, 
Crimson, 2; Sports Editor, 
Entre Nous. 



ANN 
SPEIR 

Birmingham, Ala. 

English 
University of Alabama, I. 



DOROTHY 
TRAMMELL 

<l> JI Birmingham, Ala. 

History 

Pan-Hellenic Council; Vice- 
President, Alpha Delta Theta; 
Beauty Parade, I. 



CHARLES 
OUARLES 

Tuscaloosa 

Hist 
Football, I, 2. 



Ala. 

r y 



L B. 
RIDDLE, JR. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Economics 

Football, I; Glee Club; Busi- 
ness Manager, Entre Nous; 
Band, I, 2. 



BOB 
STEELE 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Pharmacy 



FRANCIS 
TUCKER 

IT K <i> Camp Hill, Ala. 

Pharmacy 
Treasurer, Pi Kappa Phi; 
Kappa Psi. 



VINCENT 

RALPH 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Economics 
Football, I, 2. 



NORMA 

JANE 

SANDERS 

B X O Birmingham, Ala. 

English 



DWISHT HARVEY 

STONE WARD 

Albertville, Ala. O a k m a n, Ala. 

History Economics 

Football, I, 2. University of Alabama, I. 



LERONZO 
REEVES 

II K A Birmingham, Ala. 

Masquers; Y. M. C. A.; Delta 
Kappa. 



ANNE 
SCANNELLY 

Bessemer, Ala. 

Religious Education 
Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers; 
Crimson Staff, 2. 



HELEN 
STRICKLAND 

<t> M Birmingham, Ala. 

History 
Booklovers; Y. W. C. A. 



ANN 
WEAVER 

Talladega, Ala. 

English 

Student Senate, I; Y. W. C. 
A.; Booklovers; Vice-Pres- 
ident, B. S. U.; Dormitory 
Council; Glee Club. 



ORVILLE 
RUTLEDGE 

II K A Haleyville, Ala. 

Economics 



HELEN 


WOODROW 




AUDREY 


SHARBUTT 


TAYLOR 




WELCH 


Vincent, Ala. 


Wedowee, Al 


a . 


8 i r m i 


Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers. 


H i s t o r 


y 


E d u 




Football, 1, 2. 




Booklovers 



SAM 
ROHDE 

Erie, P e n n . 
Economics 
Football, I, 2. 



RALPH 
SIBLEY 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Manager of Basketball Team, 
I; Football, I, 2. 



ROBERT 
TEEL 

Rockford, Ala. 
P r e - L a w 
Student Senate, 2. 



DURWOOD 
WILLIAMSON 

Clanton, Ala. 
History 
Football, I, 2; Basketball. I. 



EDWARD 
RICHARDSON 

Cleveland, Oh 
Economic 
Football, I, 2. 



DORSEY 
SIMS 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Pre-Medicine 
Alpha Epsilon Delta. 



ELIZABETH 

ELLEN 

THOMPSON 

A A II Piedmont, Ala. 

English 
Huntington, I. 



MARY 

ELLEN 

YANCEY 

Camp Hill, Ala. 

English 

Y. W. C. A.; B. S. U ; W. 
A. A.; President, Y. W. A.; 
Dormitory Council; Booklovers; 
W. C. V. 



MARY 

BETH 

RIDDELL 

Birmingham, Ala. 
English 
Booklovers. 



ROBERT 
SNOW 

II K A Birmingham, Ala. 

Pharmacy 
Kappa Psi. 



FLORRIE 
THOMPSON 

•I' M Birmingham, Ala. 

Mathematics 
Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers; As 
sistant Editor, Bull Pup, 



DAN 

ZOBROSKY 

Birmingham, Ala 
Football, I, 2; Basketball, I. 



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The Entre Nous float ... The Pi K. A. 
float ... The A. D. Pi float . . . Melan- 
choly Mood . . . Harmony around the 
campfire . . . You're not reading, Martha 
Lou . . . Fixing the Phi Mu scrapbook . . . 
B. S. O. big shots . . . Purser and Pooch 



. . . The boys from the woods . . . Little 
Ruth . . . On the avenue . . . Chandler 
takes one . . . Y. W. C. A. float ... Dr. 
Xan . . . Smile, Sarah . . . Piedmont, Please! 
. . . A gentleman would open the door, 
Steve . . . B. G. — Before Grogan. 









FRESHMAN CLASS 

OFFICERS 

PITTMAN HENRY President 

RAY ATCHISON Vice-President 

GLORIA ROOT Secretary 

WOODROW WILSON Treasurer 




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MARY 

KATHRYN 

ABERCROMBIE 

Birmingham, Ala. 
English 
Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers. 



SELINA 
BAKER 

A A II Birmingham, Ala. 

Education 



GURLEY 

RAY 

BOWEN 

H o r t o n , Ala. 

English 



RUBY 
NELL 
COLLINS 

6 i r m I n g h a 

A.B. 

Beauty Parade. 



A I a 



NORRIS 
ABLE 

Sheffield, Ala. 

Pharmacy 



ALFRED 
BAUGHN 

P o w d e r I y 
A.B. 



A I a 



MARY 

KATHERINE 

BROWN 

Birmingham, Ala 

A.B. 



CLAIRE 
CONERLY 

Jackson, Ala. 
Pre-Medicine 
Crimson Staff. 



DURRELL 
ADWELL 



A ■/. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
o I o g y 



Booklovers; Y. W. C. A. 



JIMMIE 
BEASLEY 

York, Ala 



Band. 



A.B. 



MILDRED 
BRUNSON 

Elba, Ala. 

Sociology 



FLORRIE 
COOPER 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Pre-Medicine 



MARION 
ALBRIGHT 

Talladega 
P h a r m 



A I a 



EDWARD 
BECKER 

Leeds 



Ala. 
o g y 



THOMAS 
BRYAN 

Elba, Ala. 

Economics 



ROBERT 
CORK 

IT K A Birmingham, Ala. 

Economics 



GUY 
ALRED 

II K <t> Clanton, Ala. 

Journalism 



EDWIN 
BELL 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Chemical Engineering 



CLARKE 
BURKHALTER 
Jemison, Ala. 
Religious Education 



WILLIE 
DAVIS 

Peterson, Ala. 
Religious Education 
Ministerial Association. 



CONSTANTINE 
AMBELLAS 

Volos, Greece 
Pre-Medicine 



J. R. 

BENNETT 

Holt, Ala. 

Religious Education 
Football, I. 



ALTON 
BUZBEE 

Bessemer, Ala. 
P r e - L a w 



FRANCES 
DEVERS 

B 2 Scottsboro, Ala. 

Library Science 
Booklovers; Y. W. C. A. 



LUCILLE 
AMBERSON 

■I- M Birmingham, Ala. 

Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers. 



ODELL 
BENNETT 

H e f I i n , Ala. 
Economics 



HELEN 
CAGLE 

■I' M Birmingham, Ala. 

Y. W. C. A. 



EARLINE 

EARGLE 

B £ O Mt. Olive, Ala. 

English 

Y. W. A.; Y. W. C. A. 



RAY 

ATCHISON 

Underwood, Ala. 

H i s t o r y 
Vice - President, Freshman 
Class. 



CHARLES 
BLACK 

Gadsden, Ala. 
Economics 



JAMES 
CALDWELL 

Roanoke, 

A.B. 



A I a 



EMERY 

NELL 

EAST 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Education 



ALBERT 
BAILEY 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Engineering 



ELIZABETH 
BONER 

II I II Ensley, Ala. 

Dietetics 
Dietetics Cli 



JIMMIE 
COGGIN 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Religious Education 

'ial Association. 



J. T. 
ELLIS 

II K 'I' Ellendle, S. C. 

Mathematics 






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GUY ALRED 





HORACE 
EVANS 

Birmingham, Ala 



HUGH 
GAYLOR 

]| K A Birmingham, Ala. 

Aero Engineering 







MarY 




HORACE 




ELLA 




HAGOOD 




JAMES 




M t . P i n s o n , 


Ala. 


Birmingham, 


A 1 a 


E c o n o m 


i c s 


Y. W. C. A. 





DOTSIE 
EVANS 

Birmingham 

A.B. 



A I a 



VIVIAN 
GIBBS 

Cullman, Ala. 
Chemistry 



VIVIAN 
HALBROOKS 

Cullman, Ala. 
Physical Education 



MARY 

JANE 

JEFFRIES 

B ^ Frostburg, Md. 

Dietetics 



GRACE 
EZELL 

Birmingham, Ala. 
English 



WILLIAM 
GLASS 

Ashland, Ala 
A.B. 



FRANCES 
HARRIS 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Pre-Medicine 



KENNY 
JOHNSON 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Aero Engineering 



RUSSELL 
FORD 

Tarrant City, Ala. 

Mathematics 



MARTHA 

LOU 

GOBER 

B £ Birmingham, Ala. 

English 

Booklovers; Y. W. A.; Y. W. 
C. A. 



ALBERT 
HARWELL 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Mathematics 



KIMBALL 
JOHNSON 

Union Springs, Ala 

Ministerial Association. 



VEL 
FREEMAN 

Cullman, Ala 

Ministerial Association. 



DORIS 
GODWIN 

E n s I e y , Ala. 
English 



PITTMAN 
HENRY 

Roanoke, Ala 

A.B. 

President, Freshman Class. 



LaNELLE 
JOHNSON 

<t' M Birmingham, Ala. 

Y. W. C. A.; Booklovers. 



FRANCES 
GALBREATH 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Mathematics 



ROBERT 
GRINDLE 

II K A Birmingham, Ala. 

Pharmacy 



ARTHUR 
HORTON 

Florala, Ala. 
Chemistry 



KERMIT 
JONES 

II K A Clanton, Ala. 

A.B. 



ROBERT 
GALBREATH 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Mathematics 



WILLIAM 
GWILLIM 

II K * Fairfield, Ala. 

A.B. 



DAVIS 
INGRAM 

Leeds, Ala. 

Chemistry Engineering 



JACK 

KAYLOR 

Bowden, G a . 

Pre-Medicine 



MARY 




FRANCES 


CAREY 


GARLINGTON 


GWIN 


« M Leeds, Ala. 


II K * 


A.B. 


P h 


Y. W. A ; Y. W. C. A. 





Sumiton, Ala. 
r m a c y 



GEORGE 
JACKSON 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Ministerial Association; Glee 
Club. 



JACK 
KNIGHT 

II K A Birmingham, Ala. 

Commercial Art 



EARL 

GARTMAN 

Tarrant City, Ala. 

History 

Football, I. 



GEORGE 
HAGOOD 

Tallapoosa, Ga. 

Chemistry 



MARIE VIVIAN 

JACKSON LANGLEY 

Lafayette, Ala. Camp Hill, Ala. 

English Religious Education 

Y. W. C. A. Y. W. C. A. 



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MARY LOUISE SHIRLEY 



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EVELL 
LANSFORD 

A r I e y , A I 

Ministerial Association. 



M. A. 

MORTON 

Anniston, Ala. 
History 
Ministerial Association. 



JAMES 

PANNELL 

Tarrant City, Ala. 

Business Administration 



EVELYN 
RHODES 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Dietetics 



EDWARD 
LASSETER 

Cullman, Ala. 
Chemistry 



LOIS 
MURPHREE 

«l> M Birmingham, Ala. 

English 
Y. W. C. A. 



MARION 
PAYNE 




JOHN 
RICHARDSON 


Tarrant City, 


Ala. 


P r e - L 


E d u c a t 


i n 


Football, 1. 


Football 1. 







KIMSEY 
LAWRENCE 

S e I m a , A 
Football, I. 



ELWELL 
McANEAR 

B i r m i n g h a 

A.B. 



A I a 



PHOEBE 
PIERCE 






CHARLES 
RICHEY 




'l> M 

M u 


Birmingham, 
S i 


Ala. 
C 


Cheerleader. 


Bessemer, Ala. 



MRS. AMOS 
LEDBETTER 

T r u s s v i I I e 
Engl 



A I a 



HARRIS 
McCANLESS 

Columbia 

P h a r r 



T e n n 



FARMER 
PORTER 

Earl, 
Engl 



EDYTHE 
RILEY 

Woodward, Ala. 
Library Science 
Y. W. C. A.: Y. W. A. 



WILLIAM 

MABRY GUY 

LUNCEFORD McKEE 

Birmingham, Ala. Clanton, 

Religious Education A.B. 



A I 



HUGH 
OUIN 

Birmingham 
E n g I i 



A I a 



BILLIE 
ROBERTS 

G u r I e y 
P h a r 







MARY 




JULIUS 




ELIZABETH 


L. A. 


MOONEY 




McLESTER 


RATLEY 


C a 1 e r a , A 


a . 


Birmingham, Ala. 


M o n t g 


Mathemat 


c s 


Dietetics 


E n 






Dietetics Club; Y. W. C. A. 


Minis+eria 



) m e r y , Ala. 

g I i s h 

Association; Y. M. 

C. A.; Cheerleader; Vice- 
President, Glee Club. 



NELLE 
ROBERTS 

Phil Campbell, Ala. 
History 
Booklovers; Y. W. A. 



GARLAND 
MOORE 

Tarrant City 
E c o n o m 



A I a 















MARY 




MORRIS 






ROSE 






JONES 




NUZIE 






REMINGTON 






ROGERS 




Brooklyn, 


N . 


Y . 


F a i r t i e 1 d, 


A 


a . 


A X 


Gadsden, Ala. 


1' re - D c n 1 


r i s 


r y 


S p e e 

Y. T. C. 


c 


h 


E n g 
Y. W. C. A. 


1 i s h 
Y. W. A. 



LORENE 
MOORE 

S e I m a , Ala. 
Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. A.; Glee 
Club; Mission Study Club. 



NANCY JO 
MOORE 

\ A II Talladega, Ala. 



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HASKEW 
PAGE 




KATHERINE 
REYNOLDS 








GLORIA 
ROOT 


Castleberry, 


Ala. 


* M B 


rminc 


ham, 


Ala. 


Birmingham, Ala. 


P r e - L 


a w 


Y. W. C. A. 








Journalism 

Secretary Frtshman Class; 
Crimson Stjff; Freshman Ed- 

Entre Nous; Bea 
rade. 


JOE 
PALGUT 




VIRGINIA 

NELL 

REYNOLDS 








LOUISE 
ROPER 


Cleveland, 


Ohio 


it i; ii 


Pratt 


City, 


Ala. 


Trussvillc, Ala. 


E d u c a t 


i o n 


D i 


e t 


i 


C S 


H i s t o i 


Football, 1, 















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JOE 
RUTLAND 

Montgomery, Ala. 
History 

Ministerial Association; Ushers 

Club; Mission Study Club; 

Glee Club; Y. M. C. A. 



HUBERT 
SNIDER 

A d g e r , Ala. 
Economics 
Football, I. 



JOHN 
TINKLEPAUGH 

II K A Birmingham, Ala. 

Pharmacy 



CARL 

WHIRLEY 

Florala, Ala. 

Religious Education 
Ministerial Association. 



LOUISE 

SANDERS 

Fairfield, 

E c o n o r 



A I a 



BOB 


HOWARD 


STEWART 


TRIBBLE 


Birmingham, Ala. 


Gadsden, Ala. 


Pharmacy 


Economics 




Football, 1. 



HAROLD 
WHITE 

Birmingham 

A.B. 



A I a 



DORA 
HELEN 
SAYERS 

Demopolis Ala. 
History 
Y. W. C. A. 



OLLIE 
TATE 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Engineering 



MILDRED 
VANN 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Economics 



MARJORIE 
WHITE 

B Z O Irondale, Ala. 

Booklovers; Glee Club; Sec- 
retary, Freshman Commission. 



OTIS 




ROBERT 




SCROGIN 




TAYLOR 




A r 1 e y , A 


1 a . 


La Grange, 


G a . 


H i s t o 


r y 


H i s t o 


r y 


Ministerial Association. 




Football, 1. 





VANCE 
VERNON 

Alexander City, Ala . 

Ministerial Association; Y. W. 
C. A. 



SEYMOURE 
WILKES 

2 N Montgomery, Ala. 

Ushers Club; Secretary-Treas- 
urer, Glee Club. 



JAMES 
SHARMAN 

Roanoke, Ala. 
History 



CLYDE 
THAGARD 

II K <I> Brantley, Ga. 

Pharmacy 



CURTIS 
WALDEN 

E N Birmingham, Ala. 

Economics 
Basketball, I. 



CAROLYN 
WILSON 

■l> M Birmingham, Ala. 

Dietetics 

Dietetics Club; Booklovers; Y. 
W. C. A. 



MARY 

LOUISE 

SHIRLEY 

A A II Birmingham, Ala. 

Journalism 
Y. W. C. A.; Y. W. A.; Crim- 
son Staff. 



JIM 
THOMAS 

Scottsboro, Ala. 
Economics 



MARY 

ELIZABETH 

WALKER 

Birmingham, Ala. 
French 
Booklovers; Y. W. C. A. 



WOODROW 
WILSON 

Samson, Ala. 
Religious Education 
Ministerial Association; Secre- 
tary, Ministerial Association. 



ROY 

SIMMONS 
II K A 


Columbia, Ala. 


KERMIT 
THOMAS 

Talladega, 


Ala. 


DORIS 
WALLS 

B ! r m 


P h a 


m a c y 


E c o n o m 


i c s 


E n 



Ushers Club; Speech Arts 
Club. 



rmingham, Ala. 
g I i s h 
Booklovers; Y. W. C. A.; 
Crimson Staff; Entre Nous 
Staff. 



BARBARA 
WOODS 

Birmingham, Ala. 
Mathematics 



HERMAN 
SMITH 

I N Ithaca, N. Y. 



RUBLE 
THOMAS 

X N Birmingham, Ala. 

English 



TOM 
WATTS 

II K 'I' Knoxville, Tenn. 

Pharmacy 



JOHN 
WOODS 

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Birmingham Ala. 



MEREDITH 
SMITH 

II 1 II Birmingham, Ala. 

Dietetics 
Dietetics Club. 



MYRTICE ALVIN 

THOMASON WEEKLY 

Tarrant City, Ala. Bay Minette, Ala. 

E n q I i s h Aero Engineering 

Glee Club. Football, I. 



LAURA 

LEE 

YOUNG 

Birmingham, Ala. 
English 



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Wyatt Pope, Jeanne Martin 
Jack Beverett, Harry Teel 



STUDENT G0YEM1MENT 



The Student Senate is the highest student gov- 
erning group at Howard, and has the responsible 
job of supervising the business affairs of the stu- 
dent body. The President, Vice-President, Sec- 
retary, and Treasurer are elected by the student 
body as their representatives to the Student 
Senate. The other members are elected by their 
respective classes and are named in the following 
manner: four from the Senior class, three from 
the Junior class, two from the Sophomore class, 
and one from the Freshman class. This has been 
one of the most successful years of student gov- 
ernment at Howard in many years under the able 
leadership of Wyatt Pope as President. Serving 
with Pope are: Harry Teel, Vice-President; Jeanne 
Martin, Secretary; Jack Bevertt, Treasurer; S. C. 
Stutts, William Weaver, Barney Brock, and Fred 
Turner as Senior Representatives; Grady Hutchin- 
son, Margaret McClellan, Jack Owen as Junior 
Representatives; Robert Teel and Vivian 
Houlditch as Sophomore Representatives; and 
Thomas Bryan as Freshman Representative. 




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STAFF 

WILLIAM STICKLES Editor 

L. B. RIDDLE, JR Business Manager 

HARRIET ESCO Associate Editor 

ROSCOE GOLDSMITH Managing Editor 

ELIZABETH PENNEY Assistant Editor 

BEATRICE MICHAEL Assistant Editor 

BILLY RIDDLE Sports Editor 

BILLY WOOD Sports Editor 

OTIS HARDY Assistant Sports Editor 

RUTH ROBERTS Feature Editor 

BETTY JORDAN Snapshots 

GENE CLAYTOR Snapshots 

BOB BATTENSCHLAG Fraternity Editor 

JAPPIE BRYANT Sorority Editor 

DORIS WALLS Stenographer 

SARANEL BURFORD Organizations Editor 

FRED THRASH .... Religious Organizations Editor 

CORRIE ANDERSON Class Editor 

EVELYN MURPHREE Class Editor 

GLORIA ROOT ' . Class Editor 

PROF. JOHN ROGERS Faculty Adviser 

MARJORIE TENENBAUM . Assistant Business Manager 




Harriet Esco. Beatrice Michael 
Roscoe Goldsmith, Elizabeth Penney 



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NOUS... 



This is the twenty-sixth volume of the 
Entre Nous. • In it, we, the staff, have 
tried to give you something just a little 
different in make-up from the past few 
volumes. Due to unforeseen difficulties, 
we were not able to live up to all of our 
aims, but even if we did fail a little, we 
are justly proud of what we have done 
and hope that you like it. 

The staff wants to express its greatest 
appreciation to Professor John Rogers 
for his untiring efforts in helping us to 
promote the Beauty Parade, obtain pic- 
tures, and a hundred other little things 
that helped make the 1940 Enlre Nous 
possible. Also we want to thank Dr. Paul 
Bales for his assistance in taking pictures 



for us, Mr. Bob Bremson and his staff for 
making the best pictures we have had in 
several years, Joe Ledbetter of Benson 
Printing Company for his assistance and 
time, and Mr. Bob Faerber of the Ala- 
bama Engraving Company. 



L. B. RIDDLE. JR. 





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J- L e 1940 CRIMSON 

STAFF HARRIET ESCO 

HARRIET ESCO Editor JACK KELSER 

WILLIAM STICKLES Assistant Editor 

BILLY RIDDLE Sports Editor 

DORIS WALLS Society Editor 

JEAN McDANIEL Feature Editor 

CECIL KING Assistant Sports Editor 

MARJORIE HOLCOMB Assistant Society Editor 

GEORGE BAGLEY Reporter 

MAX WEATHERLY Reporter 

ARLIE ALLEN Reporter ^^^^ W ^ 

GENE CLAYTOR Movie Editor ^S^ 

BILLY WOOD Columnist 

ANNE SCANNELLY Columnist 

BEATRICE MICHAEL Reporter 

CLAIRE CONERLY Copy Writer 

TOMMY LOU ROBINSON Copy Writer 

ELIZABETH PENNEY Proof Reader 

RUTH ROBERTS Features 

GLORIA ROOT Features 

MARY LOUISE SHIRLEY Features 

JACK KELSER Business Manager 

LEON RIDDLE Business Manager 

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The Howard Crimson, weekly news- 
paper in its twenty-fifth year of publica- 
tion, is truly the "Mirror of Campus 
Life." As the official voice of the stu- 
dents, The Crimson is representative of 
all organizations and groups at Howard 
and strives to give complete coverage 
of all campus activities. 

Every year The Crimson seeks to arouse 
interest in journalism and creative writ- 
ing by sponsoring a contest in which each 
class takes over the paper for one week. 
Each competing issue is sent to several 
prominent newsmen for judging and the 
editor of the winning edition is awarded 
a silver loving cup. 

Serving as editor this year has been 
Harriet Esco, with William Stickles as 
assistant. Business manager for the first 
semester was Jack Kelser. Leon Riddle 
worked in this capacity during the second 
semester. 




WILLIAM STICKLES 
DORIS WALLS 



BILLY RIDDLE 
JEAN McDANIEL 





AROUND 

AND 
ABOUT 

Miss Howard . . . Fireman, Fireman, save my 

child! ... A lesson in anatomy. The man is 

George Groff. The girl is Dorothy Huff. 



(Opposite Page) 

Scenes from the Winter Wonderland of 1940 — 
At the Pi Kappa Phi house ... At the D. Z. 
house . . . Real men and a snowman . . . Why! 
Tucker! . . . What big feet you have, Marvin . . . 
Snowstorm . . . Gene and Pinky . . . Roscoe and 
Gladys . . . Plenty cute, don't you think? . . . 
Another fool . . . Little hlodges . . . Little Audrey 
. . . You will have to guit all that now, Barney . . . 
Rhode and snow ... At Ruhama. 






HERE 

AND 
THERE 

(Opposite Page) 
Smooching on the campus . . . Just a 
friendly little game ... A study in 
Black and White . . . The night after at 
the Pi Kappa Phi house . . . Penny Ante 
or Strip Poker at Smith Hall . . . Spring 
styles of 1940 . . . Bunny Barnes up in 
the air without her plane . . . Mermaid 
. . . Lib reads a thriller . . . Little John- 
son . . . Percy at his favorite pastime 
. . . How can I get across without 
? . . . Tarzan . . . Watch out 



swimming 



Tarzan 
for ants. 



Chapel at the Co-op . . . Big-wigs in 
the wigwam — All-American Cooper — 
All-Dixie Cheese — All-Howard Robbie 
and Prexy Pope — and other lesser 
lights . . . Entre Nous problems ironed 
out by the Editor and Business Man- 
ager . . . The Bachelor Club and our 
first lady . . . Crawford gives a concert 
at Renfroe. 





Izack Walton Michael . . . Scene from Renfroe . . . The Taylor boys 
. . . Sisters ... A little harmony before bed . . . Gridiron Greats . . . 
Frosh Poll . . . Big Riddle tells Margaret a good one . . . Penny at 
play . . . Frances and Mary Ella sit one out . . . Current attractions 
at the Alabama . . . Rose 



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Dorsey Simms, Robert Speir, Bonnie Sazera, Martha Taylor, DeLace White. 



Alpha Beta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta was founded at 
Howard College on May 5, 1927, and is a national pre-medical 
honorary fraternity. It encourages excellence in pre-medical work 
and bridges the gap between the spirit of pre-medical school and 
the advanced school of medicine. Speakers, noted in the field 
of medicine, speak to the group during the year; also field trips 
to hospitals are taken. 

FACULTY MEMBERS 

Professor Paul D. Bales Dr. J. L. Brakefield 

Dr. W F. Abercrombie 

FACULTY ADVISOR 
Dr. W. F. Abercrombie 

OFFICERS 

ROBERT SPEIR President 

MARTHA TAYLOR Secretary 

DeLACEE WHITE Treasurer 

BONNIE SAZERA Historian 

MEMBERS 

Virginia Burleson, Ruth Collins, Dorothy Huff, Evan Lewis, Dorsey Simms, 
Stewart Winton, Robert Williford. 



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OFFICERS 






JEANNE MARTIN 




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President GENE GROGAN 
President LYNETTE BORLAND 


Treasurer 


ELIZABETH MORTON . . 


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MEMBERS 




Mary Emily Wishart 
Doris Charon 
Elizabeth Adams 
Mary Malone 
Martha Anderton 
Barney Brock 
Kenny Baker 






Marion Cowden 
Elizabeth Holcomb 
Corrie Anderson 
Lydia Haisten 
John Moore 
James Wade 
Kleob Lucas 




Jack Knight 
Dorothy Bell 
Evelyn Murphree 
Montrella Garret 
Gladys Allen 
Lee Anderton 
Charlie Davis 


Jappie Bryant 
Marvin Crawford 
Mary Beth Riddell 






Lois Muiphree 
Bernard Couch 




Gussie Burton 
Lorene Moore 
Sam Rohde 



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Jack Beverett, Lynette Borland, Victor Clasen, Ruth Collins, Mildred Downs. 
Mary Gwillim, Lydia Haisten. Marion Headley, Jane Purser, Robert Speir, Sarah Ruth Young. 



Beta Pi Theta, national honorary French fraternity, has the pur- 
pose of organizing representative men and women who will, by 
their interest in things cultural, further the study of French litera- 
ture, art, and music. Membership is limited to upperclassmen 
who have a general scholarship record above the average, whose 
work in French has been excellent, and who have attained some 
distinction in student activities. 

OFFICERS 

MARION HEADLEY President 

MILDRED DOWNS Vice-President 

LYDIA HAISTEN Secretary 

LYNETTE BORLAND Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Mary Gwillim, Jack Beverett, Robert Speir, Sarah Ruth Young, Jane Purser. 
Victor Clasen, Ruth Collins. 



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Martha Merck, Jane Doran, Bertha Nel Mason 
Edith Hale, Cathryn McKibbon, Jane Purser 



Booklovers Club was founded at Howard College in 1927 and 
has as its sponsor Miss Annie Boyett. The purpose of the club 
is to stimulate greater literary activity on the campus, and to 
afford students active participation in book reviewing. Any girl 
who attends the meetings which are held twice monthly and shows 
an interest in the club may become a member. 

OFFICERS 

MARTHA MERCK President 

JANE DORAN Vice-President 

BERTHA NELL MASON Secretary 

EDITH HALE Treasurer 

CATHRYN McKIBBON Group Captain No. I 

JANE PURSER Group Captain No. 2 

MEMBERS 

Edna Earle Clements, Ann Weaver, Doris Walls, Virginia Halbrooks, Frances 
Devers, Maxie Floyd, Ruth Collins, Cathryn McKibbon, Kathryn Abercrombie, 
Mary Beth Riddle, Florrie Thompson, Betty Jordon, La Nelle Johnson, Helen 
Strickland, Gussie Mae Guyton, June Ray Jones, Martha Lou Gober, Edith 
Hale, Abilane Kniqht, Bernice Brown, Mary Pearl Teasley, Virginia Nell 
Reynolds, Mary Thomason, Helen Roberts, Margaret Eakins, Jean McDaniel, 

Frances Butl.i. 



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Lillian Albright, Lee Anderton, Louis Armstrong, Carroll Carter, Ann Claire Cooper, Roscoe Griffin 

Gussie May Guyton, Thomas Hunter, Abilane Knight, Bertha Nel Mason, Margaret McClellan, Martha Merck 

John Moore, Mary Lee Vines, Ann Weaver, William Weaver, Jimmy Wood, Mary Ellen Yancey 



The Baptist Student Union Council represents the larger organization of the 
Baptist Student Union. It is made up of representatives of the various re- 
ligious organizations on the campus, such as the Sunday School, Y. W. A. 
Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., Ministerial Association, B. Y. P. U., and the 
Mission Band. Its purpose is to correlate all campus religious activities into 
a unit. It is the connecting link betwen the college and the church. 





OFFICERS 




WILLIAM WEAVER 




President 


JOHN MOORE . . . 




Vice-President 


GUSSIE MAE GUYTON 




First Co. Vice-President 


ANN WEAVER .... 




Second Vice-President 


ANNE CLAIRE COOPER 




Third Co. Vice-President 


MARGARET McCLELLAN 




Third Vice-President 


BERTHA NEL MASON 




Secretary 


BETTY MANLY RIDDLE . 




Treasurer 


TOM HUNTER . . 




Sunday School 


LILLIAN ALBRIGHT 




Sunday School 


JIMMY WOOD 




B. Y. P. U. 


MART ELLEN YANCEY 




Y. W. A. 


MARTHA MERCK 




Y. W. C. A. 


LOUIS ARMSTRONG . 




Y. M. C. A. 


ABILANE KNIGHT . 




Woman's Christian Volunteer 


MARY LEE VINES 




. . Baptist Student Union 


LEE ANDERTON 




Publicity Manager 


ROSCOE GRIFFIN 




Reporter 


CARROLL CARTER 




. Ministerial Association 



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Lorene Alsbrook, Elizabeth Boner, Betty Ann Burdick, Edna Earle Clements, Sara Cofield, Louise Hoi ingsworth, 

Bobby Hopper, Mary Jane Jeffries, Dorothy Martin, Katie Lee McKinney, Mary Elizabeth McLester, Virginia Nell Reynolds. 

Helen Roberts, Meredith Smith, Mary Thomason, Frances Wadsworth, Carolyn Wilson, Elta Worsham. 



The purpose of this group is that of promoting interest in food 
and nutrition, as well as developing well rounded personalities 
and building a solid foundational knowledge of service to human- 
ity. Throughout the year the club invites many outstanding 
speakers to aid in its monthly programs. Only members of the 
Dietetics Department are eligible for membership in this club. 

FACULTY ADVISOR 

Mrs. Elizabeth Seay 

OFFICERS 

LORENE ALSBROOKS President 

I DNA EARLE CLEMENTS Vice-President 

DOROTHY MARTIN Secretary 

MARY THOMASON Treasurer 

ELIZABETH ANN BURDICK Reporter 

MEMBERS 

Elta Worsham, Sara Cofield, Helen Roberts, Bobbie Hopper, Mary Elizabeth 

McLester, Louise Hollingsworth, Katie Lee McKinney, Frances Wadsworth, 

Meredith Smith, Elizabeth Boner, Virginia Nell Reynolds, Evelyn Hendrix, 

Mary Jane Jefferies, Carolyn Wilson. 



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Arlie Allen, Guy Aired, Corrie Anderson, Saranel Burford. Rodwell Calhoun. 

Louis Claxton, Grace Ezell, Edith Hale, Lydia Haisten, Marjorie Holcomb. 

John Richardson, Herman Smith, Robert Snow, D. C. Stringfellow, Harry Teel, Jared Walker. 



Delta Kappa is the debating fraternity of Howard College. Mem- 
bership in Delta Kappa is limited to four members from each 
class. At the first of every year all freshmen who are interested 
in debating apply for admission. At the end of school each year, 
four freshmen who apply for admission are selected by the older 
members on the basis of their debating ability and their interest 
in the work. Delta Kappa has debates among its members and 
intercollegiate debates. 

OFFICERS 

D. C. STRINGFELLOW President 

ROD CALHOUN Vice-President 

LYDIA HAISTEN Secretary 

CORRIE ANDERSON Treasurer 

JARED WALKER Debate Manager 

MEMBERS 

Edith Hale, Saranel Burford, Guy Aired, John Richardson, Herman Smith, 
Grace Ezell, Louis Claxton, Robert Snow, Marjorie Holcomb, Arlie Allen, 

Harry Teel. 



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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 

MRS. KATHLEEN MARTINSON, Director 

OFFICERS 

GLADYS SCOTT President 

FRANCES BUTLER Vice-President 

MARY LEE VINES Secretary and Treasurer 

BETTY JORDAN Librarian 

MEMBERS 

Mariorie White, Olivia Philabert, Frances Ray, Jane Purser, Margaret Thompson, Mary 
Frances Vaughn, Sara Jordan, Gladys Scott, Mildred Downs, Barbara Wood, Nina 
Strickland, Lorene Moore, Myrtice Thomason, Martha Taylor, Frances Butler, Mary 
Ella James, Mary Lee Vines, Betty Jordan, Margaret Sue Denton, Margaret McClellan, 
Earline Eargle, Doris Godwin, Vivian Houlditch, Dorothy Huff, Eva James Lovelace, 
Lillian McClendon, Betty Prince, Sarah Reedy, Ola Robertson, Rees Watkins, Mary 

Elizabeth Walker. 

MEN'S GLEE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

JARED WALKER ... President 

L. A. RATLEY Vice-President 

SEYMOURE WILKES Secretary and Treasurer 

MABRY LUNCEFORD Libi irian 



MEMBERS 



Jared Walker, L. A. Ratley, William Weaver, Bill Glass, Stewart Bell, George Jack- 
son, Herman Smith, Seymoure Wilkes, Roscoe Goldsmith, J. W. Richardson, Harwood 
Davidson, Woodrow Wilson, Charles Mullins, Mabry 
Gwin, Gurley Bowen, Alfred Baughn, Sam Brown, 



Lunceford, Roscoe Griffin, Billy 
Thomas Bryan, Clarke Burkhalter, 
Rodwell Calhoun, Robert Cork, Fred Dietz, Grady Fullerton, Ira Gunn, Cecil Kinq 
John PrescoM, Leronzo Reeves, Joe Rutland, Louis Armstrong, Harold Smalley, Clyde 
Spcir, Ben Sutton, Carl Welborn, Marcus Williams, Franl V> 



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Frank Butenschon, Jr., Henry Cobb, George Cowgill, Jr., Carlyle Evans, B. K. Hollis, Tom Miller Jordan 

John Latham, Norman Massengill, Aubrey Miller, George Murrah, Myers Quails, Robert Henry Snow 

Thomas Snow, Edgar L. Thomas, Leroy Vance, Robert Vogt, John Warren, Jerre Watson. 



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The Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity was founded at the Medical College of 
Virginia, School of Pharmacy in 1879, and is the oldest of all fraternities in the field 
of Pharmacy. It strictly limits its membership to students and graduates of recog- 
nized pharmacy schools. Its purposes are to foster good fellowship and brotherhood, 
to encourage and support research in the various branches of pharmaceutical en- 
deavor. Its members are selected largely on the basis of acceptable scholarship. 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

DR. A. R. BLISS, JR. 
Grand Secretary-Treasurer 

DR. A. H. OLIVE 



OFFICERS 

JAMES L. VANCE President 

MYERS OUALLS Vice-President 

JOHN R. WARREN Secretary 

FRANK BUTENSCHON Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

Sidney Ballard Carlisle Evans B. K. Hollis 

Tom Jordan George Murrah Thomas Snow 

Robert Vogt Jerre Watson John Latham 

Henry Cobb George Cowgill Z. S. Cowart 

Frank Butenshon, Jr. Norman Massengill Aubrey Miller 

Myers Quails Robert Henry Snow E. L. Thomas 

James L. Vance John R. Warren Robert H. Chester 



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The Howard College International Relations Club is a unit of an international 
organization of college students who are interested in the study and dis- 
cussions of international relations. The purpose of the organization is to 
educate and enlighten public opinion. It is not to support any single view 
as to how best to treat the conditions throughout the world, but to fix atten- 
tion of students on those underlying principles of international conduct, of 
international law, and of international organization which must be agreed 
upon and applied if a peaceful civilization is to exist. 



Dr. George V. Irons 



FACULTY SPONSORS 

Dr. Garland Downum 



Dr. Wallace M. True 



OFFICERS 

HARRY TEEL President 

J. W. RICHARDSON Vice-President 

FRED PEREL Second Vice-President 

VIRGINIA HALBROOKS . Secretary 

BETTY MANLY RIDDLE Corresponding Secretary 

D. C. STRINGFELLOW Parliamentarian 

MEMBERS 

Jack Akin, Arlie Allen, John Blackshear, Ralph Brunson, Leonard Burton, Burnice Cain, 
Tom Chandler, L. N. Claxton, George Daughtery, J. E. Davidson, Bede Davies, Jane 
Doran, Mildred Downs, Kilburn Elrod, Grace Ezell. Maxie Floyd, Gordon Golson, 1 1 us 
Hallford, William Hammond, Arthur Hayes, Grady Hutchinson, Betty Jordan, Ferrel 
Lawrence, Rollin Lincoln, Margaret Lowery. Martha Merck, Jackson Moore, John 
Moore, P. B. Moore, Kenneth Morgan, Elizabeth Morton, M. A. Morton, Jean McDaniel, 
Cathryn McKibbon, Jack Owen. L. 8. Riddle. William Stickles, S. C. Stutts, Jr., 
Fred Thrash, Jared Walker, Auxford Watkins, William Weaver, Otis Williams, Emily 
Wishart, Jimmy Wood. 



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OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

B. CARROLL CARTER .... President ROSCOE GRIFFIN 

SAM GRANADE Vice-President JOHN S. MOORE 

WOODROW WILSON .... Secretary .... KIMBALL JOHNSON 
CLARENCE PHILLIPS .... Treasurer .... LOUIS ARMSTRONG 
ROSCOE GRIFFIN Chorister CARL WELBORN 

MEMBERS 

Marion Absher, Jack Akin, Lee Anderton, Louis Armstrong, George Bagley, 
Joe Bell, J. R. Bennett, Gordon Berry, Sam Brown, Clarke Burkhalter, Gilbert 
Burks, Walker Bynum, Bertis Campbell, James Willis Campbell, Carroll Carter, 
Tom Chandler, Louis Claxton, Willie Jack Davis, Harwood Davidson, James E. 
Davidson, Murray Day, E. A. Day, George Dowd, Hoyt Ellis, Nel Hughes 
Freeman, Judson Gladney, Sam Granade, Audrey Granade, Roscoe Griffin , 
R. F. Hallford, llus Hallford, Porter Harrison, B. A. Harnkins, Arthur Hayes, 
Ruie Hendon, Charles Hjndley, Thomas Hunter, Grady Hutchinson, George 
Jackson, Kimball Johnson, Horace Kendrick, Euell Lunsford, Amos Ledbetter, 
Mabry Lunceford, Charles Conrad McCain, Pierce McGuire, James Monroe, 
John Moore, P. B. Moore, Arthur Horton, Ulman Moss, Charles Mullins, 
Clarence Phillips, Dolphus Price, J. W. Richardson, Jr., Leon Riddle, Dewey 
Robinson, Joe Rutland, Otis Scoggans, James Earl Scoggans, Donald Strick- 
land, D. C. Stringfellow, Fred Thrash, Hoyt Vassar, Vance Vernon, Jared 
Walker, William Weaver, Carl Whirley, B. C. Willcutt, Otis Williams, Wood- 
row Wilson, Charles Wood, Seward Kerr, Richard Crowe, E. J. Isdell, Carl 
Green, B. W. Carter, Carl Welborn, Homer Morris, Excell Roberts, Clyde 

Speir. 



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Lynette Borland, Jappie Bryant, Saranel Burford, Rod Calhoun, Louis Claxton, Gene Claytor, Georqe Daugherty 

Elizabeth Davis, Lydia Haisten, Edith Hale, Cecil King, Abilane Knight, Mildred Lawrence, Jeanne Martin 

Barbara Mason, Ruth Oliver, Robbie Owings, Mrs. Alyce Putnam, Leron/o Reeves, D. C. Stringfellow, 

William Weaver 



The Masquers constitute the dramatic talent of the college, 
though officially they are members of the experimental division of 
the Dramatic Arts Department. A number of plays are presented 
each session to which outsiders as well as students are invited. 
Membership is limited to those who have participated in produc- 
tions of the Dramatic Department. 

OFFICERS 

MILDRED LAWRENCE President 

GEORGE DAUGHERTY Vice-President 

GENE CLAYTOR Secretary and Treasurer 

D. C. STRINGFELLOW Parliamentarian 

MEMBERS 

Saranel Burford, Jappie Bryant, Robbie Owings, Lydia Haisten, Edith Hale, 

Ruth Oliver, Lynette Borland, Alyce Putnam, Rod Calhoun, Louis Claxton, 

Cecil King, Jean Martin, Leronzo Reeves, Elizabeth Davis, Abilane Knight, 

William Weaver, Barbara Mason. 



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The Women's Student Government is composed of the presidents 
of all the women's organizations on the campus. They meet at 
regular intervals and decide upon problems confronting various 
women's groups, in addition to sponsoring programs of a cultural 
nature for the entire contingent of young women on the campus. 



OFFICERS 

JAPPIE BRYANT President 

MILDRED LAWRENCE Vice-President 

RUTH OLIVER Secretary and Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

BURNICE CAIN W. A. A. 

ALICE WATERS Hypatia 

MARTHA MERCK Booklovers 

LORENE ALSBROOK Dietetics Club 

ELIZABETH HOLCOMB Pan-Hellenic 

CATHRYN McKIBBON Beta Sigma Omicron 

LYNETTE BORLAND Delta Zeta 

EVELYN MURPHREE Phi Mu 

VIVIAN NORTON Alpha Delta Pi 

RUTH OLIVER Y. W. C. A. 

GLADYS SCOn Dormitory Council 



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The Student Publications Board is a new organization 
formed to control the business administration of the 
various publications and to appoint the business man- 
agers of these publications. This year the Board was 
composed of D. C. Stringfellow, Harry Teel, and Wil- 
liam Weaver, with Dean Burns and Dr. Lohr as the fac- 
ulty members. 



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Lynette Borland, Gussie Burton, Jeanne Martin, Ruth Oliver, Harriet Esco. 

J. L. Brock, Nash Collier, Robert Davie, Willard Huckaby, Cecil King. 

Wyatt Pope, William Stickles, D. C. Stringfellow, William Weaver. 



The purpose of Who's Who is to serve: as an incentive for stu- 
dents to get most out of their college careers, as a means of 
compensation to students for what they have already done, as a 
recommendation to the business world, and as a standard of 
measurement for students comparable to such agencies as Phi 
Beta Kappa and the Rhodes Scholarship Award. To be included 
in Who's Who, a student must have a combination of qualities to 
indicate that he is an asset to his school. The qualities are: Char- 
acter, Leadership, Scholarship, and Potentialities of future use- 
fulness to business and society. 

MEMBERS 

Lynette Borland, Gussie Burton, Jeanne Martin, Ruth Oliver, Harriet Esco, 

J. L. Brock, Nash Collier, Robert Davie, Willard Huckaby, Cecil King, Wyatt 

Pope, William Stickles, D. C. Strinqfellow, William Weaver. 



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Cecil King, D. C. Stringfellow, Harry Teel, William Weaver. 



Trident is recognized as the highest honor that may be conferred 
on a young man at Howard College. The members of Trident are 
tapped from those Juniors who have maintained a high scholar- 
ship average in all their work and who are eminent in campus life 
by reason of college activities and the esteem in which they are 
held by faculty and students. The founders of Trident were aware 
that it would take more than ordinary ability to be active in the 
extra-curricular events of the college and, at the same time, main- 
tain a high scholastic average. Its standards are high and those 
who attain it are eminently worthy of the honor. 



OFFICERS 



ROSCOE GRIFFIN 
ROBERT DAVIE 



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Vice-President 



MEMBERS 

Harry Teel, William Weaver, Cecil King, Nash Collier, D. C. Stringfellow, 
Roscoe Griffin, Robert Davie. 



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Hypatia is recognized as the highest honor which may be con- 
ferred on young women at Howard College. Tap Day for 
Hypatia is the first Wednesday in May each year, when it calls 
to its membership those young women of the Junior Class who 
have the highest general combination of scholarship, character, 
leadership, and promise of future usefulness. 



OFFICERS 

ALICE WATERS President 

RUTH OLIVER Vice-President 

BERTHA NEL MASON Secretary and Treasurer 

LYNETTE BORLAND Historian 



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The Young Men's Christian Association endeavors to build char- 
acter, spread Christianity and promote clean and wholesome 
fellowship among the men students. Built on a foursquare 
foundation, it attempts to train young men spiritually, mentally, 
physically, and socially. The cabinet members are the leaders 
in carrying on this work. 



OFFICERS 

LOUIS ARMSTRONG President 

THOMAS HUNTER Vice-President 

GILBERT BURKS Secretary 

MARION ALBRIGHT Treasurer 

CLARENCE PHILLIPS Chaplain 

DR. JAMES H. CHAPMAN Faculty Adviser 



CABINET MEMBERS 

Louis Armstrong, Thomas Hunter, Gilbert Buries, Marion Albright, Clarence 
Phillips, William Weaver, J. W. Richardson, Roscoe Goldsmith, L. A. Ratley, 
Joe Rutland. Lee Anderton, Ralph Brunson, Vance Vernon, D. C. String- 
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Earle Clements, Anne Claire Cooper, Jane Doran, Mildred Downs, Edith Hale, Vivian Houlditch. 
Knight, Dorothy Martin, Margaret McClellan, Cathryn McKibbon, Martha Merck, Ruth Oliver. 
Nelle Reynolds, Anne Scannelly, Alice Waters, Ann Weaver, deLacee White, Mary Ellen Yancey. 



The purpose of the Young Women's Christian Association is to 
associate young women in personal loyalty to Jesus Christ as 
Savior and Lord; to lead them into membership and service in 
the Christian character and service through physical, social, men- 
tal, and spiritual training and to become a social force for the 
extension of the kingdom of God. The monthly meetings are 
luncheons held at Ruhama Baptist Church, where outstanding 
leaders of Birmingham in their respective fields speak to the 
members. One of their prominent activities each year is the 
sponsoring of May Day. 

OFFICERS 

RUTH OLIVER President 

ADA POWELL Vice-President 

ALICE WATERS Secretary 

JANE PURSER Treasurer 



CABINET MEMBERS 

Gussie Burton, Edna Earle Clements, Anne Claire Cooper, Jane Doran, Mil- 
dred Downs, Edith Hale, Vivian Houlditch, Betty Jordan, Abilane Knight, 
Dorothy Martin, Margaret McClellan, Cathryn McKibbon, Martha Merck, 
Virginia Nelle Reynolds, Anne Scannelly, Ann Weaver, deLacee White, Mary 

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It was with the greatest of luck that we were 
able to get Hal Kemp to pick the six beauties 
this year in person. He was scheduled to play 
at the Auditorium and agreed to select the 
lucky ones while in Birmingham. The heavy 
snow kept his instruments from arriving in time 
to play, so he spent the evening picking beau- 
ties. Here are his selections and what he 
thought of all twelve. 

"It was very difficult to pick the six loveliest, 
because if I had my way I would pick all twelve. 
They are all very lovely girls. There is no par- 
ticular order on the six, for any one of them 
could be first, second, or third. Thanks for giv- 
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BONNIE SAZERA 

To the raven haired little beauty of the Science Hall goes the highest of honors. For 
four years she has stayed close to the test tubes, Bunsen burners, p ; ckled pigs, and 
skeletons, writing her name large in scientific achievements. Occasionally she ven- 
tures to Main to take some education courses. In addition to this she has helped 
direct the activities of Alpha Epsilon Delta. 



RED ARMSTRONG 

From the steel mills to the stage could well be the title of the success story of Red. 
After a year on the football field he turned his talents to the stage, and guite a bit 
he has accomplished there. Who will ever forget him as the mad shoemaker in 
"Shoemaker's Holiday"? He's indeed an English major who aspires to great things 
in dramatics. Red's guite a Spanish shark, too. 



GLORIA ROOT 

It didn't take Gloria long to get into the swing of things at Howard. She may be 

busy with her own affairs, but she still has plenty of time to help the frosh Bulldogs 

with their Math and History. She's cute, too. 



BILLY RIDDLE 

Football player, football manager, sports writer, fraternity officer, and editor in two 

years is a pretty good record in itself, but that is only the beginning, because Billy 

isn't half through yet, and those are just some of his most important activities. 



JIM STUART 

To one of the grandest guys that ever crossed the Mason-Dixon Line. For three 

years he has produced the top-ranking basketball team of the Dixie Conference as 

well as putting out some pretty good frosh football teams. 



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ACADEMY AWARDS 



PAT COURINGTON 

For one of the best performances of the year on the gridiron and the greatest 
improvement of any player over last year. From just another man on the squad in 
'39 to the iron man of '40, was the achievement of big Murphy, the fair-haired boy 
from Saragossa. Pat has earned a place along with Norman Cooper and Ray Davis 

as Howard's great centers. 



ROSCOE GRIFFIN 

For four years Roscoe has taken an active part in all of the religious endeavors of the 
college and quite a handsome job he has made of it. 



FRED THRASH 

The liberal, amiable, and easy going ministerial student. Thrash is one of the best 

liked students on the campus. This is due to his unaffected friendliness to every one. 

Don't underestimate him, though, because he will fight at the drop of your hat. 



EDGAR THOMAS 

"Doc" has almost become a permanent fixture around here, and it is with great reluc- 
tance that we let him go. His chief achievement while here was guiding the destinies 
of the Pi Kappa Phi's, and a grand job he made of it. 



MARY VIRGINIA ALLEN 

Such a pretty smile cannot go unnoticed for long. Mary Virginia has been with us 
for only one semester, but she has already won the admiration of every one who 

knows her and her ready smile. 



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Sixteen years ago a small, lithe freshman 
entered Howard College, little realizing that 
he was destined to play a major part in the 
college athletics for the next 16 years. Our 
"Coach Bill" in those days was known as just 
plain Bill Bancroft, another freshman lad who 
had that everburning spirit to make good. 
He did make good — not only on the gridiron 
— for he walked into the hearts of all the 
Howard students that ever came in contact 
with him. 

While actually in uniform the Woodlawn 
contribution made an outstanding record that 
is not paralleled to this day. Truly a great 
star and a great fellow, Billy Bancroft won 
fame throughout the Southland. Howard was 
justly proud of her product, and made the 
likeable and enterprising player freshman 
coach upon his graduation in 1928. 

His teammates honored him in his senior 
year when they elected him captain of the 
team. Weighing only 147 pounds, Bancroft 
was, because of his brainy quarterbacking and 
all-around ability, considered the scourge by 
all the opposition. Coach Bill upheld splen- 
didly to the advance buildups, and was con- 
tinually out there playing his heart out for the 
love of the school, where he was later to be- 
come athletic director. 

From 1928, the date of his graduation, un- 
til 1935, Bancroft was either freshman or as- 
sistant coach. In this capacity the Birmingham 
and alumnus coach was able to make an en- 
viable record. Fans, alumni, and coaches 
hailed him as a coming coach with definitely 
good prospects. Consequently, when Shorty 
Propst went to Southwestern, William Howard 
Bancroft was made head football coach at 
Howard College. 

Bancroft's first season, 1935, in charge of 
the Crimsons found the Bulldogs champions of 
the Dixie Conference, and pulling a big sur- 
prise by tying Alabama, 7-7, one season after 
the Crimson Tide had gone through unde- 
feated and made one of its frequent Rose 
Bowl junkets. 

Once more in the five years Bancroft 
coached the Bulldogs, 1936, the team won 
the D. C. crown and in 1937 they were denied 
the laurels only by a sensational 20-21 loss to 

Right: NORMAN COOPER, JIM STUART, BILLY BANCROFT 



Birmingham-Southern. His record as coach 
shows 22 wins, 18 losses, and four ties. Ten 
of his defeats were handed him by Southeast- 
ern Conference elevens. However, the last 
two years have been pretty tempestuous for 
the Bulldogs, winning five, losing eleven, and 
tying one. 

Coach Billy played baseball in the summer 
for a number of years after graduating, coach- 
ing in the winter. He played second for the 
Birmingham Barons from 1930 to 1933, being 
one of the heroes of the 1931 Dixie Series. 
He played with Oklahoma City one year after 
leaving the Barons, but then quit baseball until 
last year, when he once more went on the dia- 
mond, this time as manager of Selma in the 
Southeastern League. 

Ending his long Howard tenure, Coach Bill 
Bancroft moves to Gadsden, where he will 
again follow the call of the diamond. This 
summer Bancroft will be at the helm in charge 
of the Gadsden Violets, another team in the 
Southeastern League. 

Coach Billy has the backing and best wishes 
of every Howard student as he moves to his 
new field. May your team and you be very 
successful, Coach. We're always for you, and 
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Howard College unquestionably faced one of the toughest 
schedules in the history of the school when it encountered 
the mighty opposition of 1939. Playing three Southeastern 
Conference foes within the first four engagements of the 
past season, the Dogs portrayed unusual stamina, and came 
out of the total skirmishes with a very respectable record. 

Battling one of Mississippi State's best elevens in the past 
decade in the initial tilt, the Crimsons were caught on a bad 
day, and the result was 45-0 in State favor. 

However, on the very next Saturday, the same lads jour- 



neyed down to Tuscaloosa, and pulled 
out of the bag the biggest surprise of 
the season. It was a nip-and-tuck affair 
all the first half, with Howard having a 
slight advantage. Especially did the 
senior boys give a good account of 
themselves on that memorial day. Every 
move the Crimson Tide made was met 
squarely by the offerings of Howard. 
Yet reserve strength had its say, for in 
the second half the boys from Tuscaloosa 
began to play, aided by frequent substi- 
tutions. Consequently three touchdowns 
were pushed across during the second 
canto, ending with a final score of 21-0. 
Millsaps upset the dope at Legion Field in the next oppo- 
sition when they toppled the Howardites by a close score 
of 7-6. It was a hard-fought game, but the locals were a bit 
sluggish because of the two preceding terrific recontres. 

Georgia Tech was laying for the "greatest Howard team 
in school history" when Atlanta was invaded by the Birming- 
ham followers of the pigskin. Result was decidedly in Tech 
favor to the tune of 35-0. Yet Howard gave it to them at 
even keel for the greater part of the premiere division. 

An interesting and thrill-packed combat awaited the fans 



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of Howard who followed them to Legion Field next 
for the second home game of the reason. Chattanooga 
was humbled by the impressive score of 33-14. Even 
the final markers did not show the real difference be- 
tween the teams on that Saturday. It was truly a 
Howard day. 

In a night game played at Mobile with Spring Hill, 
Howard emerged with an 0-0 tie. A game without a 
single tally — and although the Eastlakers came near 
the goal line at several times during the participation 
of the encounter, there was at no time a marker 
pushed across the great white stripe. 

Revenge was in order when the Bulldog took on 
Murray University at Murray, Kentucky, the longest trip of 
the year. The Kentuckians were defeated by a lone touch- 
down, 7-0. 

Southwestern University nosed out the boys in the follow- 
ing game with a score of 13-6. Despite the complete dom- 
inance of Howard throughout the battle, it ended with South- 
western the victor. 

The semifinal conflict was with Mercer University, and 
the game was played in Georgia. Howard had little trouble 
with the Bears and marked up her third victory of the season; 
7-3 was the official result, although Howard appeared to 




have little concern with the Merceriates throughout the en- 
tire game. 

Birmingham-Southern was met in the final "Battle of the 
Marne," and the two city college teams closed the last pages 
of one of the most colorful series ever to be held in the 
South. It was a hard-fought game filled with all the tradition 
of the rivalry of the annual spectacle. Southern won by a 
last-minute touchdown and safety, 9-6. Thus Howard closed 
one of the most colorful annual engagements with a splendid 
exhibition of good sportsmanship, and at the same time 
rang down the curtain on another football season. 





The Howard Cheering Section 



The last touchdown against Southern 





Reserve strength 



The band between halves 





Brock, Courington, Crawford, Daugherty, Davis, Elrod 



Jke SENIOR 



J. L. BROCK: Barney has signalized his honors by 
being very alert both off and on the gridiron. Run- 
ning at quarterback and boasting drive not outdone 
by any on the field, the Enterprise lad finished a fine 
job this year. Brock is the first of this year's aggre- 
gation to enter into the bonds of matrimony. Con- 
gratulations are due to a swell fellow. 

PAT COURINGTON: Pat finished up his career by 
playing nearly every minute in all the games his senior 
year. As a reward for his conscientious work, Cour- 
ington has been given a contract to play professional 
football next winter. 

MARVIN CRAWFORD: Crawford is probably the 
most versatile back of the lot. He has played at 
half, quarter, and even ran some in the fullback posi- 
tion. The Alexander City boy is well-built, clean, and 
a diligent worker. 



GEORGE DAUGHERTY: The big Irishman from Cleve- 
land has given three varsity years to the athletic bet- 
terment of Howard. One of the most crushing full- 
backs ever to don a Crimson uniform, Daugherty has 
made a record that will stand alone for years to come. 
Probably his best game was against the Birmingham- 
Southern Panthers in 1938, when he broke an all-time 
record for yardage gained on Legion Field. 

CHARLES DAVIS: Hampered by injuries his junior 
and senior year, Charley was still able to make his 
letter and give a good performance all the time he 
was engaged in actual competition. Working at a 
tackle slot and boasting a good two hundred pounds 
gave the requisites for a commendable team man to 
Charles Davis, a Birmingham boy who made good. 

KILBURN ELROD: For dependability and steadiness, 
Elrod couldn't be beaten for a good team man. 
Weighing around 200 pounds and carrying six feet 
of well-proportioned muscle, the Clarence contribu- 
tion had the ideal make-up for the perfect guard. 



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BILL HAMMOND: A senior end who capitalized his 
consistent policy of complete concentration by devot- 
ing all his physical efforts toward making a good end. 
Hence, Hammond was able to give a splendid year at 
terminal playing during his seasons with the varsity. 
Bill is a tall, lanky boy who comes to us from Reform, 
Alabama. 

OTIS HARDY: "Bubber" is the scholar of the grid- 
sters. Aside from compiling the best academic marks 
of the roster, Hardy lugs the pigskin in a fashionable 
manner of pure speed. He hails from Alexander City. 

WILLARD HUCKABY: Elected captain by his team- 
mates for his senior year, "Ole Huck" had the com- 
bined backing of every player and student in school. 
A right tackle and a fine leader, Huckaby culminated 
his career his senior year being awarded an All-Dixie 
berth in the press selections. 



BRUCE LITTLE: His senior year failed to climax his 
heretofore brilliant career as he was injured at the 
beginning of the season. Yet his sessions with the 
varsity has proven Little to be a punter of the college 
sort, as his ball-toting has put him among the better 
backs of the decade. Bruce is a Piedmont "produck." 

TALMADGE TUGGLE: A huge, towering tackle that 
was very aggressive on the field, Tuggle was well 
liked by all his fellow students. By far the biggest 
man on the squad, "Tug" appeared to be a natural 
leader. 

T. A. WINDHAM: Hartford's offering to the Bulldogs 
is a dumpy halfback, who can shift his dogs in a be- 
witching fashion. His 5 ft. 9 inch frame carries only 
175 pounds of beef; yet he is certainly respected by 
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CHARLES DOUGLAS: For consistency and dependability "Doug" 
can rock and sock with the best of them. An end who surely 
knows his stuff, Douglas attempts to make every practice session 
a miniature game without qualifications. The Parrish boy is an end 
by profession. 

GORDON GOLSON: A Hueytown product with that necessary drive 
and extra punch, Golson has made Howard a worthwhile tackle 
during his two seasons with the varsity. He is the type player who 
likes it best when the going gets rough. 

JACK MOORE: A junior guard who has his best qualities for offen- 
sive work, Moore is nevertheless a bulwark on defense. He is a 
Birmingham boy, and is quite steady and dependable as a good 
team man. 

KENNY MORGAN: Elected by his teammates to lead them as 
captain in 1940, the junior in school is a lithe halfback who relies 
mainly upon speed and versatility. From Gadsden, this boy has all 
the qualities that go in the making of good captains. 

AUXFORD WATKINS: Rangy and fast, Watkins does his part in 
developing an adamant end section. He hails from Birmingham. 
and played his high school ball in city competition. Watkins is ex- 
ceptionally good on offense. 

DAVID DRAKE: A powerhouse both on defense and offense is 
Drake, who comes to us from Owens Cross Roads. Dave is a big 
boy, tipping the scales over the two hundred marker, and is play- 
ing guard in his sophomore year. A well respected player this 
year, but Drake is a potential great as far as guard play is con- 
cerned. 

CARL FOLDS: Folds is a Hanceville boy who plays that aggressive 
sort of guard. He is not content to follow any policy of appease- 
ment, but always carries the fight to them. Folds is a sophomore 
who is the heaviest man of the guard group. 

SAM GOLDMAN: Destined to be Little All-American before he 
finishes his collegiate career, the boy from Cleveland is a junior who 
plays end. However, during the past season the big Clevelander was 
hampered by injuries, mainly a broken foot, which kept him out the 
last half of the series of engagements. 

ORVILLE HAUSE: The Piedmont quarterback has plenty of what it 
takes to be a hardy and potent signal caller. In his sophomore year 
he did very virile service as a first year quarterback. "Fats" is one 
of those boys who never hesitates to give his all either in practice 
or in actual competition because he loves the game. 

GEROW HODGES: A steady, dependable, and consistent backfield 
man who is destined to play a role in the future backfields of 
Howard is Hodges, sophomore from Geneva. Hodges is a well- 
built lad who takes his football seriously, and endeavors at all times 
to give a commendable performance on the gridiron. 

LOUIS NORRIS: ' Frisco" is an underslung guard of expert ability. 
When it comes to keeping up the nep, Norris is the man always 
on hand. A lively personage and natural leader, the 190-pounder 
is a guard of no little enthusiasm. 

CHARLES OUARLES: Greatly hindered by an early season injury, 
the Tuscaloosa lad was at no time able to go at full speed during 
the year. A center by training, Quarles is very determined to 
make his junior year a commendable one so as to make up what- 
ever he may have lost with his knee injury. 



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VINCENT RALPH: One of the several contributions of 
Cleveland Ralph is a hard-driving fullback who gives his 
all during all practices as well as the games. Weighing 
around 180 pounds, which is stacked on to a six-foot 
frame, the Clevelander has the idea make-up for a pow- 
erful fullback. 

EDWARD RICHARDSON: Another of the Cleveland boys 
who made good, Richardson is a sophomore end of great 
defensive powers. Ed is a quiet sort of a lad who takes 
the gridiron courses with as much seriousness as his 
tsudies. 

SAM ROHDE: From Erie, Pennsylvania, comes this rough 
and tough boy who plays tackle for the Howard squad. 
A unique character full of initiative, Rohde is a boy who 
really loves to swap equally with whoever might be on 
the opposite side. 

RALPH SIBLEY: "Tex" is a sophomore guard who feels it 
his necessity to keep things pepped up during the knock- 



ings of the games. Fast and energetic, the Georgia boy 
will likely be a dependable and vigorous guard for the re- 
maining two years of his collegiate playing days. 

WOODROW TAYLOR: A specimen of Weedowee who 

manly holds down a tackle slot is Woodrow Taylor, the 
blond giant of vitality. Tipping the scales over the two 
hundred weight, Taylor is figured to be one of the best 
tackles in the history of the school. He is a sophomore 
at present. 

DURWOOD WILLIAMSON: One of the fastest, trickiest, 
and shiftiest backs to attend Howard is Williamson, a 
Clanton product. Playing his sophomore year, the under- 
slung halfback did some fancy stepping for the Crimsons. 

DAN ZOBROSKY: Running at right halfback, where he did 
his share of blocking and punting as well as pile driving, 
Zobrosky carries on his six-foot frame about two hundred 
pounds of beef. He is a Birmingham sophomore. 



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SPECIALISTS IN ACTION 

Crawford kicking . . . Golson waiting . . . 
Wild Bill catching . . . Gee Dee plunging 
the line . . . Bubber, the speedster . . . Danny 
sidestepping . . . The iron man at center . . . 
Nancy passing . . . Duck Soup punting . . . 
Crawford getting one balanced . . . Morgan 
running . . . T. A. stiff arming. 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 



The Bullpups under the able leadership of Coach 
Norman Cooper, former Little All-American center 
from Howard and for two years center for the 
Brooklyn Dodgers, played three games and won 
only one of these due to tough breaks. They met 
their worst defeat at the hands of the Baby Bil- 
lows of Tuscaloosa. The score was about 65 to 0. 
Next they took on Deshler High of Tuscumbia and 
defeated them 21 to 0. The third and final game 
of the season was with the Baby Snakes of Chatta- 
nooga University. Due to extreme tough breaks 
they beat us 6 to 0. Tarrant, Templeton and Led- 
better all pushed over a touchdown, but they were 
all called back. 

The squad was composed of Kimsey Lawrence, 
Selma; Bud Payne, Tarrant; Bob Boyle, Cleveland, 

Ohio; John Richardson, Leroy; James Tarrant, Birmingham; Earl Gartman, Tarrant; Robert Tay- 
lor, LaGrange, Ga.; Alvin Weekly, Bay Minette; Matt Colley, Troy; Tillman Gladney, Hanceville; 
Paul Killian, Attalla; Emmett Templeton, Lanett; J. R. Bennett, Holt; Virgil Ledbetter, Dora; Hu- 
bert Snider, Oak Grove; Howard Tribble, Gadsden; Buck Quillian, Troy. 




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The Frosh Squad 





COACH JIM 



The "Battling Bulldogs" of Howard College 
were the most colorful players in the Dixie Con- 
ference through the 1939-40 basketball season 
and dealt quite a bit of misery to their big 
brothers in the Southeastern Conference. 

Beginning the season, Howard had trouble 
holding their fouls down and lost two closely 
contested games to Mississippi State after 
Cheese Turner and Sam Goldman were dis- 
missed from the playing arena, Howard having 
led in scoring for the major part of each game. 
Getting back in stride and hitting the basket 
from every portion of the hardwood they easily 
defeated the University of Chattanooga by an 
overwhelming score of 40 to 26. This game was 
followed by the annual tilt with the "World's 
Champion Celtics," with the Celtics being hard 
put to gain the 45-40 victory. 

Following the Celtic game the Bulldogs met 
their fate in Jackson, Miss., where they lost to 
Millsaps 41-44. This Millsaps turned out to be 
their Nemesis, being the only team to defeat 
Howard on their home court, later in the season, 
and finally defeating the Bulldogs for the third 
time in the semifinal playoffs back in Jackson 
again. 

However, after the first loss to Millsaps, the 
potentially mighty Howard five forced into sub- 
mission two of the Souths best teams, Spring 
Hill and Alabama Polytechnic Institute at Au- 
burn. The game with Auburn was the renewal of 
athletic relations with that school and Howard 
sailed through with flying colors, defeating Au- 
burn by the score of 37 to 33. The Auburnites 
acclaimed the great work of Howard Burks fol- 



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lowing this game. The Big Red Five" from East 
Lake were hot by now and pounded into submis- 
sion the Dixie Conference champs, Mississippi 
College, the Y. M. H. A. of Birmingham, the 
University of Chattanooga, and Loyola Univer- 
sity at New Orleans. Trekking down to Tusca- 
loosa, the foul bug again bit their flying heels, 
and the University of Alabama gained a 39 to 
32 victory after Howard had led for the first 
three quarters. Another game with the Univer- 
sity of Alabama was proposed by one Birming- 
ham newspaper to be played in Birmingham so 
as to give Howard a chance to avenge the de- 
feat, but the game never matured. (Maybe 
they'll come this year.) 

To get the taste of defeat from their mouths, 
our team sank Mercer University 65 to 45, de- 
feated the Y. M. H. A. again, slaughtered 
Southwestern 52 to 33, thus killing the cham- 
pionship hopes of the Memphis quintet. Again 
the Howard thunderbolt struck Loyola of the 
South to the tune of 52 to 42 and paralyzed 
Spring Hill again with a 45 to 28 shellacking in 
the Dixie Conference Tournament. Continuing 



their fine start in the tournament, Howard again 
sprang on Loyola University for the third time, 
administering a 48 to 34 defeat to the New 
Orleans five. The Howard story ends here be- 
cause Millsaps has arrived on the scene. In the 
semifinals of the tournament, Howard fell be- 
fore their "David," Millsaps winning 47 to 36. 
Thus for the second consecutive year Howard 
fell one game short of their goal, for had they 
won from Millsaps they would have played Mis- 
sissippi College for the championship, a team 
Howard had defeated a month previous with 
ease. 

Championship or no, we should feel that the 
past season has been an overwhelming success. 
The fact that we put out a better team than a 
number of the large schools in the Southeastern 
Conference, as shown by our victory over the 
strong Auburn team and close contest with the 
University of Alabama, should greatly assist our 
ambitions to gain entrance to that body of 
schools. As a senior, to you who will be here 
next year, cooperate with our teams and "Good 
luck to Howard!" 



THE SQUAD 

Coach Bill, Welch, Turner, Morgan, Daugherty, Ingram, Jeffers, Goldman, Burks, Drake, Hodges, Baker, 

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A sophomore from Cleveland, 
Ohio, played three years for 
Bush High School In Cleveland 
and one year with an independ- 
ent team before coming to How- 
ard in '38. He played freshman 
ball and now serves as a very 
reliable reserve forward on the 
varsity team. 

HOWARD BURKS 

A senior from Birmingham, p'ayed 
three years with Phillips High 
School and one year with the 
Boys' Club. Burks came to How- 
ard in '36 and he now leaves 
with a very fine record. He made 
300 points last year and 273 this 
year. He is recognized through- 
out the Dixie Conference as a 
very efficient player by being 
placed on the All-Dixie Confer- 
ence team last year and on the 
second team this year. 

HARLOW CATHER 

A senior from Birmingham, played 
three years with Woodlawn High 
School before coming to Howard 
in '36. Harlow has played three 
years of varsity ball and one year 
of freshman ball as guard. He 
will be greatly missed next year. 

GEORGE DAUGHTERY 

A senior from Cleveland. Ohio. 

was always counted on to play 

his best when he was needed. 

DAVID DRAKE 

A sophomore from Owens' Cross 
Roads, came up from the fresh- 
man team to make a very capable 
reserve. David is a heavy-built 
center who knows the game. 

SAM GOLDMAN 

A junior from Cleveland, Ohio, 
played three years for Adams 
High School and one year of 
independent ball before coming 
to Howard in the spring of '38. 
Sam was recognized in the con- 
ference by being placed on the 
All-Dixie first team as one of the 
best. Sam has an excellent rec- 
ord with 172 points for the sea- 
son. 

To the left, top to bottom: 

Ingram, Baker, Hodges, Goldman, 

Cather, Welch. 



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GEROW HODGE 

A sophomore from Geneva plays 
a very good game and will prob- 
ably see quite a bit of service 
before he leaves Howard. 

DENNIS INGRAM 

A junior from Ashland has 
played with Howard for three 
years. "Ick" is a six-footer-two 
or so that plays a good game at 
guard. 

JOHN JEFFERS 
A sophomore from Tarrant City, 
plays a very good game at cen- 
ter. Even though he played very 
little high school baii, he has 
made Howard a very reliable re- 
serve at center. 

KENNETH MORGAN 

A junior from Gadsden, has 
played for Howard for three 
years. Kenny is fast, a good 
shot, and an excellent defensive 
player who will probably hold one 
of the Howard positions next year. 

FRED "CHEESE" TURNER 

A senior from Piedmont, is a 
good defensive player as well as 
offensive. "Cheese" has played 
for Howard for four years and 
he is leaving a guard position 
open that will be mighty hard 
to fill. This year he made the 
All-Dixie first team with a score 
of 261. 

EDDIE WELCH 

A junior from Birmingham, played 
three years for Phillips High 
School before coming to Howard 
in '37. Eddie can always be 
counted on to play a good game 
and will likely hold one of the 
guard positions next year. Eddie 
scored I 16 points this season. 

To the right, top to bottom: 

Daugherty, Jeffers, Drake, Burks, 

Morgan, Turner. 




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Marvin Crawford 


Otis Hardy 




Ed Richardson 




George Daugherty 


Orville Hause 




Ralph Sibley 




Charles Davis 


Willard Hucka 


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Woodrow Taylor 




Charles Douglas 


John Jeffers 




Talmadge Tuggle 


Jack Akin 


David Drake 


Bruce Little 




Auxford Watkins 


William Bell 


Kilburn Elrod 


Jack Moore 




Waverley Watkins 


Barney Brock 


Carl Folds 


Kenneth Morg 


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Durwood Williamson 


Howard Burks 


Sam Goldman 


Lewis Norris 




Eddie Welch 


Leonard Burton 


Gordon Golson 


Grady Phillips 




T. A. Windham 


Pat Courington 


William Hammond 


Vincent Ralph 




Dan Zobrosky 




Akin, Bell, Brock, Burks, Burton, Courington, Crawford, Daugherty, Davis, 
Douglas, Elrod, Folds, Goldman, Golson, Hardy, Hammond, Hause, Huckaby, 
Jeffers, Little, Morgan. Moore, Norris, Ralph, Richardson, Sibley, Taylor, 
Tuggle, Turner, A. Watkins, W. Watkins, Welch, Williamson, Windham, 

Zobrosky 



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Brunice Cain, Martha Taylor, Mary Williamson, Bernlce Brown 



?L. WOMEN'S 
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 

BRUNICE CAIN President 

MARTHA TAYLOR Vice-Preident 

MARY WILLIAMSON Secretary 

BERNICE BROWN Treasurer 



The Women's Athletic Association was 
founded at Howard in 1930, and has since 
that time been one of the outstanding organ- 
izations on the campus for women. Fostering 
sportsmanship and promoting a love of activ- 
ity for its own sake are the two paramount 
purposes of the W. A. A. Any girl, accord- 
ing to the point system, who has fifty points, is 
admitted to the association. The points are 
gained by coming out for seven practices in 
one of the major sports. To obtain a letter in 
athletics a member must earn 750 points in 
sports. The sports program and point system 
have been reorganized so that smaller groups 
can participate at any time. Some of the 
sports that the W. A. A. takes particular in- 
terest in are tennis, soft ball, badminton, 
volley ball, bicycling, skating, archery, and 
hiking. As a rule, every year the W. A. A. 
has tournaments in these sports both within 
itself and with other organizations or groups. 
The two major tournaments that have taken 
place so far this school year have been the 
Badminton Tournament and the Volley Ball 



Tournament. Twenty contestants entered in 
the singles division of the Tennis Tournament. 
Mildred Vann and Gene Grogan reached the 
finals, with Gene finally winning out. The 
Volley Ball Tournament was played between 
girls that live in the girls' dormitory and girls 
that live out in town. The dormitory girls won 
out by virtue of two wins out of three. Gloria 
Root as captain of the town girls, while Dot 
Bell captained the dormitory girls. Jo Ann 
Gunn is the W. A. A. counselor for volley ball. 
Later on in the spring the W. A. A. is to spon- 
sor both a Tennis Tournament and a Softball 
Tournament. 

Members: Mary Williamson, Martha Taylor, 
Brunice Coin, Jo Ann Gunn, Suzie Mary 
Rainey, Mary Ellen Yancey, Bernice Brown, 
Gene Grogan, Mildred Vann, Efro Gatsis. 
Barbara Woods, Vivian Halbrooks, Doris God- 
win, Flonnie Cooper, Margaret Heath. 
Frances Galbreath. Francis Butler, Virginia 
Burleson, Martha Lou Gober, Dorothy Bell, 
Erlene Eargle, Lorene Alsbrooks, Myrtice 
Thomason, Mary Katherine Brown. 



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Roy Payne, Wyatt Pope, Wayne Wells. 
Jack Olliphant, Cecil King, Billy Wood, Rod Calhoun. 



WYATT POPE, President Pi Kappa Phi 

RODWELL CALHOUN Pi Kappa Alpha 

BILLY WOOD Pi Kappa Alpha 

ROY PAYNE Pi Kappa Phi 

WAYNE WELLS Pi Kappa Phi 

CECIL KING Sigma Nu 

JACK OLLIPHANT Sigma Nu 



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ALPHA CHAPTER OF 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 



First Row: Edward Becker. Edwin Bell, Rodwell Calhoun, George Cowgill, Robert 
Cork, Jerome Crowe. Second Row: Horace Evans. Hugh Gaylor, Robert Grindle, 
George Groff, Albert Harwell, Beverley Hollis. Third Row: Harry Howton. Kermit 
Thomas. Jack Knight, Aubrey Miller, Tom Ogle, Bill Pfaff. Fourth Row: Myer 
Quails, Leronzo Reeves. Billy Riddle, OrviMe Rutledge. Roy Simmons, Percy Smith. 
*: Robert Snow, John Tinklepaugh, Leroy Vance, Robert Vogt, Billy Wood. 



MEMBERS 

Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia March I, 1868. 
Alpha Pi Chapter was established in 1911. The fraternity colors are 
garnet and old gold and the flower is the lily-of-the-valley. "Dream Girl 
of Pi K. A." is the song. The fraternity publication is called "The Shield 

and Diamond." 



CLASS OF 1940 

GEORGE COWGILL Birmingham 

GEORGE GROFF Mobile 

BEVERLEY HOLLIS Winfield 

AUBREY MILLER Leeds 

MYERS OUALLS Livingston, Tenn. 

PERCY SMITH Birmingham 

WILLIAM WOOD Birmingham 

LEROY VANCE Carrollton, Miss. 

CLASS OF 1941 

RODWELL CALHOUN Birmingham 

FRED DIETZ Leeds 

CLAUDE McCURRY Birmingham 

TOM OGLE Birmingham 

HARRY HOWTON Birmingham 

WILLIAM PFAFF Birmingham 

CLASS OF 1942 

CHARLES ADAMS Birmingham 

JEROME CROW Pinson 

LERONZO REEVES Birmingham 

BILLY RIDDLE Birmingham 

ORVILLE RUTLEDGE Haleyville 

ROBERT SNOW Birmingham 

ROBERT STEELE Birmingham 

CLASS OF 1943 

ALFRED BAUGHN Bessemer 

EDWARD BECKER Leeds 

EDWIN BELL Birmingham 

ROBERT CORK Birmingham 

PAUL CORLEY Birmingham 

CLARENCE DANIELS Birmingham 

HUGH GAYLOR Irondale 

ALBERT HARWELL Birmingham 

KERMIT JONES Clinton 

JACK KNIGHT Birmingham 

JOHN RICHARDSON Leroy 

RAY SIMMONS Columbiana 

HAROLD SMALLEY Birmingham 

JOHN TINKLEPAUGH Birmingham 

JIM THOMAS Scottsboro 

BOB THOMPSON Birmingham 

MARCUS WILLIAMS Birmingham 

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OFFICERS 

AUBREY MILLER 
President 

TOM OGLE 
Vice-President 

BEVERLEY HOLLIS 

GEORGE GROFF 
Treasurer 





ALPHA ETA CHAPTER OF 

PI KAPPA PHI 



First Row: Guy Aired, Bob Battenschlag, James Beaty, Hobson Bradley, Marvin 
Carroll, Henry Cobb. Second Row: Carroll Clayton, Carl Ellis. J. T. Ellis, 
Carlyle Evans, Ira E. Gunn, Jr., William Gwillim. Third Row: Carey Gwin. 
Lewis Hilson, Tom Jordan, John T. Laytham, Rollin Lincoln, Howard Mangram. 
Fourth Row: George Murrah, W. T. Parrish. Roy Payne. Wyatt Pope, Robert Speir, 
William Stickles. Fifth Row: Clyde Thagard, Edgar Thomas, Francis Tucker, Tom 
Watts Wayne Wells. 



MEMBERS 

Pi Kappa Phi was founded at the College of Charleston in 1904. Alpha 
Eta Chapter was established in 1925. The fraternity colors are gold and 
white and the flower a red rose. The publication is "The Star and Lamp." 



CLASS OF 1940 

LEWIS HILSON Dothan 

ROLLIN LINCOLN Chicago. III. 

WYATT POPE Brantley 

WILLIAM STICKLES Guntersville 

ROBERT SPEIR Birmingham 

EDGAR THOMAS Tuscumbia 



CLASS OF 1941 

BOB BATTENSCHLAG Casper, Wyo. 

JAMES BEATY Eldridge 

MARVIN CARROLL Birmingham 

HENRY COBB Greensboro 

CARLYLE EVANS Knoxville, Tenn. 

JOHN LATHAN New Market 

GEORGE MURRAH Richland, Ga. 

ROY PAYNE Jasper 

WAYNE WELLS Ashford 



CLASS OF 1942 

HOBSON BRADLEY Centre 

CARROLL CLAYTON Bellamy 

CARL ELLIS Brantley 

IRA GUNN, JR Alexander City 

TOM JORDAN Guntersville 

HOWARD MANGRUM Birmingham 

W. T. PARRISH Ashford 

FRANCIS TUCKER Camp Hill 

DANIEL ZOBROSKY Birmingham 



CLASS OF 1943 

GUY ALRED Clanton 

J. T. ELLIS Allenburg, S. C. 

CAREY GWIN ... Sumiton 

WILLIAM GWILLIM . . Birmingham 

CLYDE THAGARD ... . . Brantley 

TOM WATTS . . Knoxville. Tenn. 

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OFFICERS 

EDGAR THOMAS 
President 

IRA GUNN 
Secretary 

FRANCIS TUCKER 
Treo 

ROLLIN LINCOLN 
Historian 





THETA ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER OF 

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



First Row: Donald Adcock, William Bell, Bernard Couch, Murray Day. 
Second Row: Dennis Ingram, Edwin Janiclci, Dan Lawrence, Ferrell Law- 
rence. Third Row: William Penuel, Forney Reese, John Wood. 



MEMBERS 

Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston University March 22, 1902. 

Theta Alpha Zeta was established September I, 1939, because of the 

merger with Theta Kappa Nu. The fraternity colors are purple, green, 

and gold. The fraternity publication is "The Cross and Crescent." 



FROF. JOHN ROGERS 
Chapter Chancellor 



CLASS OF 1940 

SIDNEY BALLARD Stevenson 

WILLIAM BELL Townley 

EDWIN P. JANICKI Cleveland, Ohio 

CLASS OF 1941 

BERNARD COUCH Tuscumbia 

WILLIAM PENUEL Birmingham 

CHARLES DOUGLAS Parrish 

DENNIS INGRAM Ashland 

FORNEY REESE Birmingham 

CLASS OF 1942 

GEORGE BIVENS Birmingham 

W. J. DUNAWAY Birmingham 

DONALD ADCOCK Birmingham 

FERRELL LAWRENCE Leeds 

CLASS OF 1943 

DAN LAWRENCE Leeds 

HORACE HAGOOD Birmingham 

THOMAS ROSDICK Birmingham 

FRANK SORRELL Birmingham 

JOHN WOOD . Birmingham 

JACK HART Birmingham 



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OFFICERS 

FERRELL LAWRENCE 
President 

BERNARD COUCH 
Vice-President 

WILLIAM PENUEL 
Secretary 

JOHN WOOD 
Treasurer 





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SIGMA 



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First Row: Weaver Allen. Robert Davie. Billy Gwin, Jack Kelser. Second 

Row: Cecil King, Fred Mullins, Jack Olliphant, Charles Richey. Third 

Row: Herman Smith, Ruble Thomas, Curtis Walden. Jared Walker. Sey- 

moure Wilkes. 



MEMBERS 

Sigma Nu fraternity was founded at V. M. I. in 1869. In 1879 lota Chap- 
ter was established. The fraternity colors are gold, black, and white. The 
flower is the white rose and the publication "The Delta." 



CLASS OF 1940 

ROBERT DAVIE Wes+ Blocton 

CECIL KING Birmingham 

JACK KELSER Birmingham 

JOHN PRESCOTT Birmingham 

JARED WALKER Montgomery 

CLASS OF 1941 

BILLY GWIN Bessemer 

FRED MULLINS Helena 

JACK OLLIPHANT Jacksonville, Fla. 

CLASS OF 1943 

WEAVER ALLEN Birmingham 

DICK COMPTON Montgomery 

HAROLD CROWE Birmingham 

MATT COLLEY Troy 

J. M. DEASON Birmingham 

JACK FRUTIGER Birmingham 

KIMSEY LAWRENCE Selma 

CHARLES RICHEY Bessemer 

JAMES RICHEY Bessemer 

JOE RUTLAND Montgomery 

HERMAN SMITH Ithaca, N. Y. 

BEN SUTTON Birmingham 

RUBLE THOMAS Birmingham 

EMMETT TEMPLETON Lanett 

CURTIS WALDEN Birmingham 

SEYMOURE WILKES Montgomery 

FRANK WULFFAERT Birmingham 



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OFFICERS 

CECIL KING 
President 

JOHN PRESCOTT 
President 

JACK OLLIPHANT 
■■fary 

BILLY GWIN 
Treasurer 



SORORITIES 



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Ruth Oliver, Barbara Mason, Mary Emily Wishart, Catherine McKibbon. 
Jane Purser, Lynette Borland, Elizabeth Holcomb, Evelyn Murphree. 



BARBARA MASON .... Alpha Delta Pi 

RUTH OLIVER Alpha Delta Pi 

CATHRYN McKIBBON Beta Sigma Omicron 

MARY EMILY WISHART Beta Sigma Omicron 

LYNETTE BORLAND Delta Zeta 

JANE PURSER Delta Zeta 

ELIZABETH HOLOOMB Phi Mu 

EVELYN MURPHREE Phi Mu 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 



First Row: Selina Baker, Edna Earle Barnes, Elizabeth Davis, Frances Good- 
rich, Hazel Harrell. Second Row: Betty Jacobs, Margaret Lowery, Dor- 
othy Martin, Jeanne Martin, Rose Martin. Third Row: Barbara Mason, 
Beatrice Michael, Nancy Jo Moore. Julia Morgan, Vivian Norton. Fourth 
Row: Ruth Oliver, Robbie Owings, Mary Louise Shirley, Elizabeth Ellen 
Thompson, deLacee White, Olive Posey Wood. 



MEMBERS 

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority was founded at Wesleyan College on May 15, 
1851. Kappa Chapter was founded at Howard College in 1919. The 
sorority colors are blue and white and the flower is the violet. The pub- 
lication of Alpha Delta Pi is the "Adelphean." 



CLASS OF 1940 

ELIZABETH DAVIS Albertville 

JEANNE MARTIN Albertville 

RUTH OLIVER Birmingham 

ROBBIE OWINGS Centerville 

CLASS OF 1941 

EDNA EARLE BARNES Albertville 

MARGARET LOWREY Birmingham 

ROSE LORENA MARTIN Birmingham 

BARBARA MASON Birmingham 

DeLACEE WHITE Birmingham 

OLIVE POSEY WOOD Haleyville 

CLASS OF 1942 

FRANCES GOODRICH Birmingham 

BETTY JACOBS Scottsboro 

DOROTHY MARTIN Birmingham 

BEATRICE MICHAEL Gadsden 

JULIA MORGAN Gadsden 

ELIZABETH ELLEN THOMPSON Piedmont 

CLASS OF 1943 

SELINA BAKER Birmingham 

HAZEL HARRELL Birmingham 

NANCY JO MOORE ... Talladega 

VIVIAN NORTON Birmingham 

MARY LOUISE SHIRLEY Birmingham 

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OFFICERS 

RUTH OLIVER 
President 

ELIZABETH DAVIS 
Vice-President 

NNE MARTIN 
Secretary 

BARBARA MASON 
Treas. 




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BETA BETA CHAPTER OF 

BETA SIGMA OMICRON 



First Row: Elizabeth Boner, Bernice Brown, Marion Cowden, Frances 
Devers. Second Row: Earline Ergle, Maxie Floyd, Martha Lou Gober, 
Mary Jane Jefferies. Third Row: Abilane Knight, Cathryn McKibbon, 
Katie Lee McKinney, Virginia Nell Reynolds, Ruth Roberts. Fourth Row: 
Norma Jean Sanders, Frances Wadsworth, Mary Emily Wishart, Marjorie 
White, Meredith Smith. 



MEMBERS 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority was founded at the University of Missouri, 
December 12, 1888. Beta Beta Chapter was founded at Howard College 
in 1933. The sorority colors are pink and ruby, and the flowers are Rich- 
mond and Killarney roses. The publication of Beta Sigma Omicron is 

the "Urn." 



CLASS OF 1940 

MARION COWDEN Tarrant City 

3EATRICE DAVIES Birmingham 

CATHRYN McKIBBON Birmingham 

MAXIE FLOYD Birmingham 

CLASS OF 1941 

ABILANE KNIGHT Fairfield 

KATIE LEE McKINNEY Tuscumbia 

RUTH ROBERTS Birmingham 

MARY EMILY WISHART Birmingham 

CLASS OF 1942 

BERNICE BROWN Birmingham 

NORMA JEAN SANDERS Birmingham 

FRANCES WADSWORTH Dora 

CLASS OF 1943 

ELIZABETH BONER Birmingham 

FRANCES DEVERS Scottsboro 

EARLINE EARGLE Mount Olive 

MARTHA LOU GOBER Birmingham 

MARY JANE JEFFRIES Frostburg, Md. 

VIRGINIA NELL REYNOLDS Birmingham 

MEREDITH SMITH Birmingham 

BETTY THOMAS Birmingham 

MARJORIE WHITE Birmingham 

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OFFICERS 

CATHRYN McKIBBON 
President 

ABILANE KNIGHT 
President 

MARION COWDEN 
Secretary 

MARY EMILY WISHART 
Treasurer 







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ALPHA 



CHAPTER OF 




DELTA ZETA 



First Row: Durell Adwell, Gladys Allen, Martha Arnold, Lynette Borland, 
Jappie Bryant, Rosalind Carter. Second Row: Gene Claytor, Margaret 
Sue Denton, Mildred Downs. Charline Harrison. Marion Headley, Evelyn 
Hendrix. Third Row: Betty Jordan, Mary Malone, Franltie Moody, Mary 
Catherine Outlaw, Ada Powell, Jane Purser. Fourth Row: Susie Mary 
Rainey, Frances Ray, Mary Jones Rogers, Mary Frances Vaughn, Mary 

Lee Vines. 



MEMBERS 

Delta Zeta Sorority was founded at Miami University in 1902. Alpha Pi 

Chapter was founded at Howard College in 1924. The sorority colors 

are old rose and vieux green and the flower is the Killarney rose. The 

publication of Delta Zeta is "The Lamp." 



CLASS OF 1940 

GLADYS ALLEN Birmingham 

LYNETTE BORLAND Trussville 

MILDRED DOWNS Birmingham 

MARION HEADLEY Sylacauga 

ADA POWELL Birmingham 

MARY MALONE Birmingham 

MARY LEE VINES Birmingham 

FRANCES RAY Birmingham 

MARY KATHERINE OUTLAW Birmingham 

CLASS OF 1941 

JAPPIE BRYANT Bessemer 

GENE CLAYTOR Little Rock, Ark. 

MARGARET SUE DENTON Birmingham 

JANE PURSER Birmingham 

MARY FRANCES VAUGHN Birmingham 

FRANKIE MOODY Springville 

BETTY JORDAN Birmingham 

CLASS OF 1942 

EVELYN HENDRIX Birmingham 

SUSIE MARY RAINEY Birmingham 

CLASS OF 1943 

DURRELL ADWELL Birmingham 

MARTHA ARNOLD Birmingham 

ROSALIND CARTER Birmingham 

CHARLINE HARRISON Birmingham 

MARY JONES ROGERS Gadsden 

RUBY NELLE COLLINS Birmingham 

BETTY PRINCE Birmingham 

JACKIE WATSON Birmingham 

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OFFICERS 

LYNETTE BORLAND 

President 

MILDRED DOWNS 
Vice-President 

JAPPIE BRYANT 
Secretary 

GENE CLAYTOR 
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First Row: Come Anderson, Lucille Amberson, Dorothy Bell. Frances Butler, Sara- 
nel Burford, Virginia Burleson. Second Row: Gussie Burton, Helen Cagle. Edna 
Earle Clements, Sara Cofield, Wary Frances Garlington, Catherine Griffin. Third 
Row: Lydia Haisten, Edith Hale, Elizabeth Hokomb. Marjorie Holcomb. La Nelle 
Johnson, June Ray Jones. Fourth Row: Mildred Lawrence, Elizabeth Morton, 
Evelyn Murphree, Lois Murphree, Phoebe Pierce, Katherine Reynolds, Helen 
Roberts. Fifth Row: Mary Roper, Helen Strickland. Nina Thornton Strickland, 
Florrie Thompson, Dorothy Trammell, Alice Waters, Carolyn Wilson. 



MEMBERS 

Phi Mu Sorority was founded at Wesleyan College, March 4, 1852. Alpha 

Gamma Chapter was founded at Howard College in 1924. The sorority 

colors are rose and white, and its flower is the Enchantress carnation. The 

publication of Phi Mu is the "Aglaia." 

CLASS OF 1940 

GUSSIE BURTON Birmingham 

LYDIA HAISTEN Birmingham 

ELIZABETH HOLCOMB Birmingham 

MILDRED LAWRENCE Birmingham 

ELIZABETH MORTON Birmingham 

EVELYN MURPHREE Birmingham 

HELEN ROBERTS Birmingham 

NINA THORNTON STRICKLAND Birmingham 

ALICE WATERS Birmingham 

CLASS OF 1941 

ELIZABETH ADAMS Birmingham 

CORRIE ANDERSON Birmingham 

SARANEL BURFORD Birmingham 

VIRGINIA BURLESON Birmingham 

SARA COFIELD Birmingham 

CATHERINE GRIFFIN Birmingham 

CLASS OF 1942 

DOROTHY BELL Overton 

FRANCES BUTLER Montgomery 

EDNA EARLE CLEMENTS Birmingham 

EDITH HALE Birmingham 

MARJORIE HOLCOMB Birmingham 

JUNE RAY JONES Birmingham 

MARY ROPER Birmingham 

HELEN STRICKLAND Birmingham 

FLORRIE THOMPSON Birmingham 

DOROTHY TRAMMELL Birmingham 

CLASS OF 1943 

LUCILLE AMBERSON Birmingham 

HELEN CAGLE Birmingham 

MARY FRANCES GARLINGTON Leeds 

LaNELLE JOHNSON Birmingham 

LOIS MURPHREE Birmingham 

PHOEBE PIERCE Birmingham 

KATHERINE REYNOLDS Birmingham 

CAROLYN WILSON Birmingham 

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OFFICERS 

EVELYN MURPHREE 
President 

MILDRED LAWRENCE 
Vice-Prev d 

SARAH COFIELD 

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ELIZABETH HOLCOMB 
Treasurer 



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Class of Howard College 

L G. BALFOUR CO. 

Manufacturing Jewelers and 
Stationers 

ATTLEBORO. MASS. 



"THE STUDENT'S FRIEND" 


Phone 9-1977 


FOR ALL FLOWERS 


Special Attention Given to Student Orders 


LYLE FLOWER SHOPPE 


72nd Street al 2nd So. 



Eat at 

MRS. STEPHENS 

Just Behind the Main Building " 
Good Food. Cooked as You Like It 



Compliments of 



GREENWOOD'S CAFE 



Arthur Greenwood, Prop. 



407 N. 20th St. 



GO! 

THE DIXIE SYSTEM WAY 

RENT A NEW CAR 
DRIVE IT YOURSELF 



DIXIE 



SYSTEM 



[Drive It Yourself) 



1917 Fifth Ave., N. 



Phone 3-7181 



SPECIAL NITE RATES 
TO STUDENTS 



FOR FINER FLAVOR 

DONOVAN'S 

RED DIAMOND 
COFFEE 



TUCKER'S BARBER SHOP 

"Better Barbers for 
Howard Students 



Sporting Goods Department 

WIMBERLY AND THOMAS 
HARDWARE CO. 



RE JOY SERVICE STATION 



SAM JOSEPH— Men's Clothes — Loveman's 






HOWARD COLLEGE 

Owned and Controlled by the 

BAPTISTS OF ALABAMA 



Howard College is a Standard A-Grade College of Arts 
and Sciences. It is a member of the Southern Association 
and is on the approved list of the Association of American 
Universities and the American Association of University 
Women. Its academic credits are accepted fully by the 
universities and professional schools of this and other 

countries. . . . 
Howard College is alive with the hardy vigor of ninety- 
seven years of increasing usefulness and prestige. It is a 
friendly school. It offers advantages, educational, cultural, 
and recreational, such as only a large city affords. . . . 



For Catalog and Other Information 
Address 



HOWARD COLLEGE 



BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



HOT 



TIRED 



THIRSTY 



DRINK 

BOTTLED CARBONATED 
BEVERAGES 



MANUFACTURED BY 



Coca-Cola Bottling Company 
Buffalo Rock Company 
Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. 
Ne Hi Bottling Company 
Orange Crush — 7 Up Bot. Co. 



Double Cola Bottling Company 
Try-Me Bottling Company, Inc. 
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company 
New Yorker Beverage Company 
Barq's Bottling Company 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



HILL GROCERY 
COMPANY 



n 



BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

BRILLIANT COAL 
COMPANY 

1612-17 Webb-Crawford Building 
BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 

Producers of Genuine 

BRILLIANT COAL 

(Trade-Mark Reg.. U. S. Pat. Off.) 

The South s Finest Fuel 
LUMP, EGG, NUT, STOKER 

A Size for Every Domestic Use 



+ 

BOOKKEEPING CIVIL SERVICE SHORTHAND 

ALABAMA'S LARGEST BUSINESS COLLEGE 

1,126 Students Enrolled Last Year 

ENTER AT ANY TIME TELEPHONE 7-8181 

AN ACCREDITED BUSINESS COLLEGE 

ALVERSON 

BUSINESS 
COLLEGE 

ROBERT E. ALVERSON, President 
2021 First Avenue Birmingham, Alabama 

Write or Call for Catalog — Day and Night Classes 

TYPEWRITING SECRETARIAL HIGHER ACCOUNTING 

4 + 




MISS MARJORIE RINKER 



GRADUATED FROM HOWARD, 1937, A.B. 
GRADUATED FROM MASSEY, 1938 

For Fifty-four Years "Massey" Has Trained Young Men and 
Women for Executive Positions. They Can Train You. 

Combined Training Enables Her to Hold Lucrative Position With Walker 
County High School in the Commercial Department 

Call 3-7278, 3-7279 



MASSEY BUSINESS COLLEGE 



FOR INFORMATION 



WOOD FRUITTICHER 
GROCERY CO. 



WHOLESALE 
GROCERS 



2321 FIRST AVENUE, NORTH 



PHONE 3-3 



BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



DR. GUS' BARBECUE GARDENS 

GUS L. CONSTANTINE, Prop. 

No. 1, 18th Street at Avenue G, So. 
No. 2, 1800 2nd Ave., No. 

"Food for Thought — Your Stomach is Safe at 
Dr. Gus' " 



OKIE DOKIE 

New! Modern! 

JIRMINGHAM'S MOST UP TO DATE 
SANDWICH S.HOPPE" 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
SOKOL BROTHERS FURNITURE CO. 

"A Friend of Howard College — Come by to 
See Us" 

1818 1st Ave., N, 







COMPLIMENTS OF 












HICKMAN 


& KERNS, 


INC. 








Birmingham's On 


y Exclusive S 


sort Shop 


• 


1 15 


N. 


20th St. 




Phone 


3- 


2374 



PHOTOGRAPHS 

In This Annual 
Were Made by 

PHOTO REFLEX 
STUDIO 



Any Type of 

PHOTO WORK 
Done 



Studios, Loveman, Joseph & Loeb 



Greetings From the 

REDMONT HOTEL 

Make This 

Howard College's Downtown 

Headquarters 



PETE WOODS. Mgr. 



Compliments of 

THE BULL PUP 

HOWARD CRIMSON 

and 

STUDENT PUBLICATION 

BOARD 







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CONFIDENCE is the heritage of youth .... it is also a fundamental 

requirement of business .... attained by long study, training and 

experience • We have enjoyed the confidence of yearbook Staffs 

throughout the country for over thirty years .... an accomplishment 

for which we are truly grateful and justly proud .... 

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COLLEGE ANNUAL DIVISION 

ALABAMA ENQRAVING COMPANY 

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